: Engine Coolant Tenperature



94CaddyConcours
09-23-04, 07:08 PM
What Should the temp of the coolant be?
My car read at about 102 to 107 degree, i dont know is it in a normal range or high.
Thank You,
BILL SONG

Ranger
09-23-04, 10:07 PM
Mine runs a consistent 213F. From what I have read I am on the low side.

Eldyfig
09-24-04, 10:08 AM
Yes, that is normal range. 102 degrees celcius is 215 degrees fahrenheit.

caddyshack24
09-24-04, 12:12 PM
Cooling fans kick on @ 225 F degree's
not sure when the thermostat opens up

Eldyfig
09-24-04, 12:48 PM
Oem on the stats is 180 degrees, start to open.

95Concours
09-27-04, 01:54 PM
I have a 95 Deville Concours and I do not have the engine temperature on the cluster.. I only have the outside temp and the desired temp ofr the AC control... Anyone know whats up with that? I would really like to know what temp my car is running, especially on hot days..

94CaddyConcours
09-27-04, 09:14 PM
95 Concours- you would have to use the obd 1 to find out your temp.
-BILL SONG
-AOL SCREEN NAME: khm3rkaliking

up2ng
09-28-04, 03:19 AM
Oem on the stats is 180 degrees, start to open.

I thought that all thermostats except maybe diesels were 192/195 degrees ?

peteski
09-28-04, 04:45 AM
I thought that all thermostats except maybe diesels were 192/195 degrees ?

Nope - I just replaced mine (93 ETC). OEM called for 180 deg.
The normal temperature is still about 196-226 deg in my car.
It begins to open at 180 - it needs to be hotter to fully open.

Peteski

cadpat60
09-29-04, 12:06 AM
Hi. This is my first post I,m a newbie. I bought a 94 eldo about two weeks ago and thought I had temp problems when I had readings from 207 on the freeway to 223 after a long idle on the digital readout. I took it to a mechanic friend and the temp in the reservoir was 170 with a thermometer and 190 in the top hose and pump with an infrared thermom when the dash said 212 to 215. I think the readouts are from the hottest spot in the system and not indicative of overall temp. I want to thank everybody in the forums especially bbobynski I have learned a ton about my car in just a short time.

Rob Benham
10-01-04, 02:28 AM
My 94 SLS was sold to me by a young mother...two kids, husband gone etc., I paid the full asking price even though the temp was showing 220 ish. No fool like an old fool. When i got it home I found that both fans turned on with the ignition...and had been hot wired to do so, always. Changing the wiring back, the fans come on with the A/C but never seem to come on with the rise in temp alone. The reading is normally 201, and 203 with A/C on, with a slight increase pulling up hills. Sounds like that might be a little cold.

I noticed 'fans on' at 225 mentioned earlier, is that good for the SLS? cos i don't think i have ever let it get that high. Do i dare put it to the test? cos i don't want to pop any difficult hoses etc.

Going off the thread i know, but when i let the tires down from 76 psi the car pulled hard right. This kid was probably one of the best car sales people around.

Eldyfig
10-01-04, 08:17 AM
Sounds like your fans are fine. They come on with the a/c and come on at 225. Their turn on temp is 225. The low temps are ok also. Mine will range anywhere from 199-221, depending on the outside air temp. I have seen coolant temp get up to 225-226 while sitting it traffic on a hot day.

Tires with 76 psi? The max rating I have seen on a passenger tire is 45 psi, most of the time 35 psi.

96CADDYDEVILLE
07-28-05, 11:54 AM
Gotta 96 deville n* what temp is too hot ie. shut the engine down inevitable gasket failure. anyone????

Ranger
07-28-05, 09:12 PM
The car will tell you when it is getting hot and when to shut it down. I think that is above 240, maybe even 250.

chevyorange
07-29-05, 12:32 AM
Mine did it at 255 the last few days of its life. Happened twice before I took it in for a rebuild. It is so expensive to do just a few things, fix oil leaks, repair a head gasket and a cracked head - it was actually cheaper to have it rebuilt.

Why do I get the feeling I'll be using my 7 year/100,000 mile warranty on the engine? :P