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    Z20LET - running temp

    I think my SRi Turbo appears to be running hotter.

    My water temp. display now seems to get half way before the fan kicks in, and the neddle often hovers anywhere between 80 degree and half way - is this normal ????

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    Exactly how mine is
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    mine too, 85 degrees, thats the norm.
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    Mine too...

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    mine is now like this - i have put it down to the outside temps now starting to rise as summer appraoches

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    Cool - Thats for the prompt reply guys !
    I must say that it has ,- up until now been running a lot cooler - but probably due to the cold weather !

    I have posted another question - which I should have probably posted in here.

    Two days ago my car appears to have developed a sqeaking noise - it's speed releated and is coming from one of the wheels ( front I think ).
    I only notice it at slow speed 10 -15 mph - could it be a wheel bearing?
    Car is reative low mileage though ?!
    Any ideas - it's really do my head ( sounds like i'm driving an old popular plus ! )

    Any help / ideas would be great !

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    thats funny i started to get that same noise on friday! i stripped the front wheel down and could not find any probs so i could do with some help aswell cheers

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    Mine sits on 80degrees C all the time.
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    Squelling noise may be the brake pads, mine did this when the pads needed replacing..
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    mine sits at 80, or 85 if in town..
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