Re: operating temp-830 in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-02-2013 06:31:59
upon further review, I took apart my thermo housing and saw the problem. There is, what looks like a brass adapter thing on the block side of the housing and the thermostat fits into that. Well the thermo had come loose from the brass thing so the coolant was just flowing by. I tested the thermo since I had it apart, it checked out. Put it back togther and the temp instantly rose to 180 (the temp of the thermostat) thanks all
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