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Old 07-21-2009, 09:18 PM
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Normal EOT and ECT

Hi ,

I would like to know what is the normal running temperature!
Mine shows:
- Normal driving not pulling EOT and ECT 180 degree
- While towing my 13k trailer EOT and ECT can reach 200-220 some time.

Does it sounds normal ?

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As long as they don't exceed 230 then you are all right and they should not differ by more than 15 degrees or your oil cooler has failed.
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The thermostat begins to open at about 190*F to 195*F and is not fully open until about 215*F to 219*F. The PC/ED manual states that the PCM will begin to defuel when the ECT exceeds 221.
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