Question about Chevrolet 1500
210 degrees is perfect for a good vehicle that has no coolant issues. If you want to verify the temp you could use a data scanner to see what the computer is seeing. Or you could use a infrared temp gun to actually read what the temp is at the sensor area. If you did not have a overheating issue or if you did not have an under temp issue before then I would suspect your vehicle has no issues at this time.
The question I would have then would be are you having symptoms that your trying to solve and what are they ??,, if any, Chevy trucks usually run the temp smack in the middle of the gauge.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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