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95 isuzu trooper the troopers gauge goes past half way mark, indicating overheating in slow moving traffic. changed radiator, flushed the system , added a by pass hose to avoid the heater core leakage.

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It is normal for the temp gauge to show a little over the normal mark in heavy traffic as long as it is not going into red its okay

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