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2006-07-22 07:39:55
2006-07-22 07:39:55

then you better stop and let it cool down


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I need to know how to change the temperature gauge from Celsius to Fahrenheit on a 2012 Buick LaCrosse

425 degrees Fahrenheit

Your car engine isn't getting up to the desired temperature, about 130 degrees Fahrenheit.

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The 1999 Cadillac normal coolant temperature gauge reading should be 180 degrees. A 195 degrees thermostat could be used, causing the temperature gauge to read 195.

It will usually run with a gauge temperature of around 200-210 degrees.

One of the earliest temperature gauge was published by Giuseppe Biancani and was known as a thermoscope in 1617. Gabriel Fahrenheit was the one who invented the first modern thermometer.

It is measured in Fahrenheit on US cars, and boiling temperature is 212°F. The scale indicates coolant temperature and over 200 would mean overheating, as steam could form in an unpressurized system.

The gauge should be showing a minimum 195 with engine warmed up. I would start with replacing the thermostat.

The best resource is going to be word of mouth. Everything looks good online, when it's just prices. My best advice would be to talk with people in your community to gauge their past experiences with various companies and then choose based on their reviews.

The temperature gauge is broken or not calibrated. You need to have your heater or thermostat regulated and/or looked at.

Typically 80 - 85 degrees c. (Just slightly above the 80 mark on your temperature gauge)

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The temperature gauge is a relative indicator. The gauges on American cars are notorious for reading different on the same make and model even though conditions are the same. Unless you have the repair manual for the vehicle with details on the temperature marks on the gauge tied to degrees on F or C (absolute) you have to rely on the simplified hot or cold indications.

Temperature At Which Water Changes into gasWater molecules can change their status from liquid to gas (evaporation) at any temperature over 0 Celsius degrees.Water molecules can change their status from solid to gas (sublimation) at any temperature below 0 Celsius degrees.At sea level water boils 212 Fahrenheit or 100 celsius. When water boils, all its molecules change their status from liquid to gas.Water (H20) in liquid form at sealevel (where the pressure is 1 Atmosphere) will boil into a gas at 100 degrees Celcius, or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. This number will change slightly depending on one's altitude, as lower pressures will induce a lower boiling point. 212 Degrees Fahrenheit or 100 degrees Celsius at standard atmospheric pressures. It is extremely important to know that the boiling point of a liquid is based on it's pressure. at 100,000 feet it might be 40 degrees. So we would need a Barometer, and/or possibly a Micron gauge to correctly answer the question.

A normal temperature reading for a vehicle would be between 180-192 degrees F. Temps of 200 and higher can damage an engine.

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Hold the MAX A/C button (far left) and press the DEF button (far right)

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The thermostat is probably set for 190 degrees and that is the point it opens at.

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