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I drive a 51 plate 2.3d nissan vanette, and at idle and driving through traffic the temp gauge is normal but when driving driving steadly along the temp gauge reads 3/4 of the way up, any ideas ? cheers

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No prob! Change the upper rad hose! I know this sounds rather silly, but the hose will get 'sucked' flat at a steady high speed. Treat your van to a wash an wax, plenty years left in it! Frankster016

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