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Old 21-11-13, 05:10 PM   #1
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Whats yours run at? Mine seems to run at just over 70 degrees when warm which seems to low as most cars ive owned run at about 90 degrees. Doesn't seem to affect fuel economy though as still getting over 40mpg round town
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This one sits at 80 last one was 85-ish
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80-85 ish.
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307 2lt 90hp hdi runs at 80c all day long even when its on regen. get 60 to gallon [ you may need new thermostat] danny
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Between 80 and 85 normally, although it didn't even make it to 80 after 20miles on the motorway the other morning it was so cold.
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Mine runs at about 80 but takes an age to get there once started in this weather (about 20 minutes in heavy traffic?)
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I think you can look up the thermostat temperature in ServiceBox.

Had me confused: my 406 HDi 90 always went straight to 90 and stayed there, but my new 407 sits at about 85 -- the thermostat in the 407 is only 83 degrees.

My XUD 406 would sit at about 70 degrees on the motorway in winter. The blower wasn't warm enough to keep the windscreen clear
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Was just touching 90 but now just below 80 since coolant change and colder weather
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Old 22-11-13, 01:25 PM   #9
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i think 70c is very low temp. 80c is about correct. you will get more miles to gallon with correct temp.
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