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Old 01-16-2013, 05:28 PM
Eighthnote Eighthnote is offline
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Mein Auto: 2001 3.0i Roadster
Running Temp

Up until about a week ago it seems that my Temp gauge always ran right in the middle after the car warmed up. Now I just drove from the airport and noticed that the needle never went past 1/4. The heater/defrost seemed to be putting out but I'm curious why the temp doesn't hit the middle of the gauge? Is this a problem or should I just be glad my Roadster runs cool? 2001 3.0i.....

Thanks in advance to all take the time to answer.
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