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Old 09-28-2021, 02:51 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by WetSocks View Post

I'm still getting hot with a low coolant reading.

The highest I could get my temp gauge was maybe 1/4 of the way up.

So you state both "getting hot" and "1/4 of the way up", doesn't agree to me.

As far as I know - in the 17 years I've owned my 1998 - mine does not have a "low coolant reading"; what do you mean by that. I've got 260K on its 4-cylinder engine, always jack up the front end and run, adding coolant until it won't accept anymore (like 20 minutes). And I have used the air bleed screw on mine.
2004 Frontier King Cab (2WD, 5-speed, 4-cylinder, 105K), 1998 Frontier regular cab (2WD, 5-speed, 4-cylinder 253K), 1988 Mazda B2200 (2WD, 5-speed, 4-cylinder, 220K), 1971 VW Convertible (140K), 2005 Yukon (215K), 1970 VW (260+K)
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