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Low temp for 2001 blazer

My car just recently had the check engine light come on. and i ran a scan on it and it told me to add coolant. so i did then i cleared the code, then about 10 miles later it came on and told me that my radiator wasnt getting up to temperature probably. help, my car is not over heating and its running at a normal temperature the oil pressure isnt up. but the accelleration isnt right until the car runs for a while its acting like its missing.help my email is jessicamallory6069@yahoo.com if you have a solution i need help.

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What temp is the vehicle running? For proper closed loop operation of the computer. The engine needs to run at least a certain temp . Check for proper thermostat operation...

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