Yes, Means your engine is cool. If red at anytime you are overheating.
When operating properly, the cooling fan stays on until the temperature drops to normal.
If it's a 1.8T you should be between 35 psi and 60 psi @ 2000 rpm at normal operating temp
the normal operating temperature for cars is around 190 degrees.
160 to 185 degrees F is normal running temperature.
Engine temperature rising when the engine is idling is normal. The car is sitting still and no air is entering the engine compartment. This will cause the engine temperature to rise. The cooling fans then come on and the engine returns to a normal temperature. Unless the cooling fans do not bring the temperature down, you have no problems and this is totally normal.
The normal engine operating temperature, for a 3306 Caterpillar diesel engine, is 180 degrees. The engine should not be operated at temperatures above 200 degrees.
195 degrees F
usually 190 degrees Fahrenheit
80 - 90 c.
Yes it is normal. That is the temperature that the engine was designed to operate.
200 To 210 Normal Operating Temperature For All The Auroras 1995 To 1999
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.
mine is the same ,,, did you find out why? my car 130hp red DI on the back but engine cover jsut has tdi in silver
193° _ 199°
The normal engine operating temperature for a 1987 Mustang GT is around 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Anything above 220 degrees Fahrenheit might cause the engine to overheat.
I have a 2001 1.8 Turbo Passat. I believe the white smoke is due to the engine sludge problem that had a recall on it (I missed the mileage cut off for a new engine). Sludge builds up on the Catalytic Converter. After a certain amount of build up and the temperature of the Cat is at normal temperature, white smoke will come out of tail pipe when accelerating. When it starts, the engine will shake slightly and sound strained. I try to gently continue my acceleration until the sludge is cleared (white smoke stops). Changing the oil frequently helps. Using synthetic oil helps. Shane
Normal would be 180-210
Most likely cause is a faulty coolant temperature sensor.
My 1992 PA with a 3.8 engine has a a 195 degree thermostat. This causes the normal engine temperature to be about 205 degrees. The pressure cap will keep the fluid from boiling up to about 240 degrees.
Normal engine operating temperature is 190-215 degrees F.