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Old 22-08-13, 10:58 AM   #1
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Default pls help pug406 temperature

i have pug406 my temperature goes up to 100 and then starts the 2 fans

is the temperature rising too high? or is normal

beacuse my friend told me that its supposed to go up till 90 only because i am a little confused that maybe the cilinder head will be damaged
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Old 22-08-13, 11:13 AM   #2
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A friends 406 goes to just over 90 and normally the fan at that temp are off when you say 2 fans is one aircon working.

It may just need the coolant changing and the system flushing unless you have done that recently in which case you may have trapped air.

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