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Mark viii 95 temperture gauge is going up to the n in the normal but the engine isnt smoking heating and no water is boiling what is it?

Been like that for awhile now could this come from it being winter time

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If the temperature needle is reaching the n ( normal) and it is not over heating, I fail to understand what the problem is It is possible that the gauge was not working properly before but if the coolant level is correct then it will be ok.

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"N" is approximately 165'F, on the cooler side of operating temperature. "L" is on the hot side at approximately 230'F.

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try crankshaft position sensor. had one go bad on me

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My problem turned out to be the gasket in the radiater cap air was geting in my system

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