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Old 03-10-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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Default Wrx 2003 overheat/temp raises

Recently switched my Greddy fmic back to a tmic but now my car temperature rises to the second bar, it doesn't past the the third bar but I'm still worried, the temperature fluctuates while driving to, I bought my car with the fmic, I'm not sure if it was tuned or not, I tried burping my radiator and my car is now at 96k any ideas you guy?
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