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Old 01-20-2007, 09:36 AM   #1
legacy1907
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95 YJ Flat black

Default Temp Gauge?

I was driving up in the mountains and my car was at the regular temp (needle was in the middle) but when i started to go down reasonably steep roads, the needle started to drop toward being cold. At one point it went almost all the way to the bottom. I removed the thing under the hood scoop when i blew a headgasket a while back so that i could get some air in the engine bay to help cool when I was stuck in the mountains and had to drive home, could that possibly have any impact? I would guess I was doing about 65 ish when all this happened and the temp outside was close to 30 degrees F. Any ideas?
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Old 01-20-2007, 02:29 PM   #2
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Sounds like your guages is broken or your Tstat is malfunctioning.

Opening up you scoop would do zilch to cool a running engine - and if the Tstat was working properly, even if it could, this wouldn't happen.
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