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Starts to get hot while idles then as the rpms go up it cools dow

Starts to get hot while idles then as the rpms go up it gose back to normal

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Check coolant level.
You may have leak , so check for that too.

Posted on Aug 02, 2010

  • Greg Stefan Aug 02, 2010

    Check coolant level not only in coolant reservoir , also in the radiator when engine is cold.

    Never open radiator when engine hot , you can burn yourself.Best time - first thing in the morning .

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