yes 210 degree is normal . The gauge actaully reads 10 degrees higher (+) than the occupant can see visually on the gauge. Team Viper did this as a means to keep Viper owners from burning up the engines and keep the warranty work down. Watter Wetter ( A red line company product) works effective on reducing engine temps if that is your goal. Turn on the A/C and watch the temp drop ! Viper Racer
about 180/190 degrees.......retired dodge mechanic in TEXAS
normal oil temperature on a srt doge viper
12 degrees with the coolant temperature sensor unplugged.12 degrees with the coolant temperature sensor unplugged.
Center of gauge. 180-220 FCenter of gauge. 180-220 F
The answer for the srt 4 normal Temp is at 200
When fully warm 190-210F
13.5-14.5 when running.
anywear from 185f to 210 f would be normal
If the temperature gauge is reading below normal operating temp after driving a little while it may be that your thermostat is stuck open. I replaced my thermostat and it fixed mine.
It should range between 180-210 F for normal operating temperature.It should range between 180-210 F for normal operating temperature.
As long as it is in the normal range (not at either extreme) you should be OK
Normal range is 190-220 F
it is vacuum vavle controled by engine temperature. mostly used until engine gets up to normal operating temperature, or after the engine gets to normal operating temperature. depending on what is hooked up to the vavle. i hope this helps Answer your question.
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Could be that the thermostat is stuck open, new thermostat fixed my 2001 Dodge 3500. If your temperature gauge is not reading warm enough, could be the thermostat.
This is normal. fan runs until temperature senser says it is cool enough.
Never heard of a battery temperature sensor being installed in any normal vehicle. Some race cars yes, but not in a daily driver such as your Avenger.
190 degrees tops. A bad radiator cap ( 16 lbs) can cause engine to run 10 to 20 degrees hotter. Also a thermostat not opening when its supposed to. Mine was running at 210 to 230. Six dollar radiator cap and nine for a t-stat fixed it.
It's telling you that your vehicle is not reaching normal operating temperature quickly enough. You most likely need to replace the thermostat.
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