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Gauge stays on cool but comes up to just the normal line used to come up a little more and sometimes stays at cool line for 20min. Then will come up

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Your car is normal, the gauge can be anywhere near the normal zone and be fine. as lond at it leaves the C and dont make it to the H your fine.

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