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Operating Temperature #1329377 Wed Oct 09 2019 10:21 PM
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Tim-o Offline OP
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1966 C-10 250 cu in. I have the standard gauge package in my truck. I’m curious - at what temperature does the green “cold” indicator light go off?

Thanks -

Tim-o

Re: Operating Temperature [Re: Tim-o] #1329380 Wed Oct 09 2019 11:06 PM
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bartamos Offline
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I think at 100°. The old owners manual says it goes off at "operating temp".


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Re: Operating Temperature [Re: Tim-o] #1329385 Wed Oct 09 2019 11:59 PM
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Tim-o Offline OP
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Actually that was my thought too... thanks. Tim-o

Re: Operating Temperature [Re: Tim-o] #1330209 Thu Oct 17 2019 01:44 AM
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Its no use turning on the heater till it goes off. Brrr.
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