It depends on the outside temperature, the vehicle and the compressor but it can be between 38 to 43 degrees..................
You may have an ambient temperature sensor that has gone bad. I'm not sure what kind of vehicle you have, so I don't know what system your vehicle has. But that will give you a good start.
Outside temperature sensor either unplugged or broken. Do an internet search for the sensor using the specifics of your vehicle (ie 2003 BMW 330i outside temperature sensor). You will find replacement parts and diagrams of how to fix this yourself.
74 degrees in the vehicle................ 79 degrees in the house................
The outside temperature gauge on a vehicle is extremely accurate. It generally has a deviation of about 1 degree plus or minus.
The outside temperature sensor on a 2003 Altima is located just behind the front bumper. it is on the passenger side of the vehicle in the undercarriage.
The temperature gauge in most vehicles is built into the outside body of the vehicle. It measures cold very well because the temperature is not affected by the heat of the sun. When your vehicle is in direct sunlight (especially in darker colored vehicles), sunlight heats the outside of the vehicle to a higher temperature than the temperature outside actually is. Most of the time once you start driving, you will get a more accurate temperature reading.
The automotive rule is 25 degrees colder than the outside temperature but its always colder so on a hot day of around 90 degrees with the vehicle either out of the sun or running downthe road it should be around 42 to 47 degrees...........
the average coolant temp depending on what thermostat is in the vehicle shold be between 175 degrees and 190 degrees
If the temperature goes above the normal range of 195 to 220 degrees F, then the vehicle is indeed overheating.
es depending on the vehicle, but usually over 220 degrees f
Cherokee is a hard top only vehicle.
It all depends on road or terrain conditions, weather, the outside temperature, and the size and weight of the vehicle.
The air surrounding. Since you're asking about a vehicle, it usually refers to the air outside the vehicle, as in heating the air inside the cab to twenty degrees above ambient.
The 2001 Jeep Cherokee is a gas-powered vehicle.
The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is a gas-powered vehicle.
A normal temperature reading for a vehicle would be between 180-192 degrees F. Temps of 200 and higher can damage an engine.
The gross weight of the 2010 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 5700 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2004 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 5150 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2008 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 5700 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2011 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 6500 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2012 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 6500 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2006 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 5850 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2014 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 6500 lbs..
The gross weight of the 2007 Jeep Grand-Cherokee is 5700 lbs..