SUBARU NORMAL ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE
(All Years) Normal expected engine coolant temp.? Engine
Dec 19, 2011Engine temp should be pretty close to the thermostat setting. Starts to open 76 — 80 C (169 — 176 F) Fully opened 91 C (196 F) Oil temps typically follow the coolant temp +15 — 30 F for a daily driver. Seeing your coolant temps I would be checking the ('03-'05) Whats the normal operating engine temp?Feb 08, 2014Normal water temperature?Jun 15, 2009See more results
Normal coolant temps - NASIOC
Apr 08, 2013Question: what is a normal coolant temperature range? Sitting at idle, my fans kick on at 205, temps come down quickly. Seems to be normal. Driving, over the passes, temps have been peaking about 215, normal spring temps, driving up the mountain, 200-210. This is just driving normal, not hauling a__. The temps drop quickly once I'm on the downhill.
At what temp should I be concerned about engine coolant
May 24, 2014Yes, I'm pretty sure it's the oil temp in the MFD. I got my MFD custom setup now, to display the oil temp. It does get upto 97 degrees Celcius.
Coolant temp for track days - what's normal? - NASIOC
Aug 05, 2011Sponsored Links. The engine needs to be at its operating temp to function properly, if you lower the temperature, you're screwing it up for 99.9% of driving. IMHO the point is not to bring down the temperature, but to prevent it from going above specs. This in turn is acheived by better airflow and a better radiator.
Other Coolant Temp Question - Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Feb 15, 2015The upper end of the stock gauge is approx 230 deg actual coolant temp. it gets to the top of the gauge its closer to 240 deg. It can get that hot during the bleeding process but should quickly cool down as coolant is added to replace the air.
Subaru Coolant Gauge Problems | MDH MOTORS
Subaru coolant temperature sensor, next to PCV hose under intake manifold. Coolant gauge connected to the circuit board by two small metal tabs bent over and 3 pin terminals. instrument cluster circuit board pin terminal solder points at main connector, always check for cracks at the solder points. Subaru center column cover removed
Subaru Overheating issue - CarGurus
Subaru Overheating issue. 2006 Legacy Outback • 2 • 148K miles: I was driving home after visiting my handicap sister one Sunday evening (as most other Sunday's). It was a beautiful day (55 degrees). I was 45º by now in the evening, and a little chilly so I turn on the heat.
What Does This Blue Light on My Subaru Dashboard Mean
If the engine coolant temperature increases further, the indicator light/warning light illuminates RED continuously. At this time the engine may be overheating. Safely stop the vehicle as soon as possible, and refer to the emergency steps for the case of engine overheating in your Subaru Owner's Manual. ("Engine Overheating" 9-12.)
Subaru intake and coolant temp testing - YouTube
May 08, 2015Burp an Overheating Subaru After Service - Duration: 8:23. briansmobile1 190,794 views
Subaru -- overheating - Maintenance/Repairs - Car Talk
Subaru -- overheating. If you start the engine and let it idle (you don’t have to drive the car) it should warm up to normal temperature, at which time the thermostat will open and allow coolant to circulate through the radiator. As the coolant in the radiator heats up the fans should come on.
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