The system can go to 245 or 250 degrees with no problems on a high demand, heavy load situation. It's designed to work that way. With a 15psi pressure cap and 50/50 coolant mixture in the system the system will not boil until 265 degrees. The Northstar engine has a "loss of coolant' limp home mode that will activate automatically long before you get any thing hot enough to damage a head gasket or anything. The loss of coolant limp home mode is so effective that it's been proven time and time again to run the engine for 50 miles at 50 MPH without any coolant in the system without any engine damage. So you (and your engine) are protected even in your worst nightmares of an overheat or something. It will allow you to drive to a safe place even with all the warnings and chimes going off without any risk of damage.
Forget what used to be normal for coolant temps on older cars. The systems are more efficient at cooling running at the higher temps, the engines are happier and are cleaner (for emissions and internally), get better fuel economy and last longer running at the higher temperatures. The cooling fans are only activated at 225 degrees or above so anything below that is considered ice cold by the engineers that designed the system. There is no need to slow down, pull over and idle or do anything out of the ordinary regarding the cooling sytem. Drive it and quit worrying.
Service the cooling system every 5 years or 100K by draining and refilling with fresh 50/50 DexCool/distilled water to keep the corrosion inhibitors in the coolant fresh to prevent any internal corrosion. That's what causes blown head gaskets. Lack of cooling system maintenance over the long haul.
Whats the normal temp for 1996 Cadillac devlle
I have a 99 Deville and my car runs at about 190 to 200 degrees
193 to 210
203 to 210
Depending on the engine, the coolant temperature in a Cadillac could be from 180 to 195 degrees. The thermostat can be changed to give a lower or higher temp reading.
It has a 195 degree Fahrenheit thermostat so runs around 195 to 215.
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.
Below 220 degrees .
Fill radiator to 1" from top-run engne to normal operating temperature and carefully check again
Coolant temp is about 196F. Mine runs cool on a highway, 2 notches below the red line on hot days in traffic.
A 1997 Cadillac Deville does not have an air filter for the interior cabin. If the air seems to not be as cool or thicker than normal, the evaporator core might need to be cleaned.
The 2000 Chevy Corvette normal operating coolant temperature is 195 degrees. You can install thermostats that will allow the coolant temperature to only run at 180 degrees.
Probably 200 degrees F give or take 5 degrees.
this is normal,because the coolant temp sensor is supposed to be in direct contact with the cooling fluid in order to read its temperature
Are you loosing coolant? Is coolant getting mixed with oil or vice versa? Run engine to normal opeating temperature Remove dipstick and let a drop fall onto a hot engine part Oil will smoke coolant will sizzle Do a compression test 2 adjacient cylinders with low readings indicate a leaking head gasket
Drain radiatorRe-fill with a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and waterRE-fill slowly to prevent an air lockRun vehicle to normal operating temperature with heater on and recheck coolant level
180 to 190
After coolant is added run vehicle to normal operating temperature and re-check coolant level
Around 105 degrees Celsius. Water under pressure boils at a higher temperature
It should range from 195 to 230 and any thing above that is to high!
What is a normal operation in city traffic and in highway for corvette 2002 with LS1 engine?
195 to 210 degrees is normal.