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    Engine cooling!!

    Really need to get the temp of my engine down, it's always running at about 90. Lets have some ideas people!!! More venting?, water wetter?
    it's over to you.
    To walk between the lines , would make my life so boring!!!!!!!!!

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    Change the coolent mate?

    This has helped me in the past
    - Astra G - 1.6 16v - SXi - Star Silver -

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    90 is normal aswell mate
    - Astra G - 1.6 16v - SXi - Star Silver -

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    It's normal.. the red bit at the top, thats when u worry

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    Got new coolant to put in, so I'll get onto that.
    But other Astra's I know of run at just over 80.
    Seems to methat the fan is running all the time, even on short trips!
    To walk between the lines , would make my life so boring!!!!!!!!!

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