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Engine running temp

Hello, I have bought a 2001 chevy Cavalier 2.2 liter 4 cylender and want to know what the normal driving heat temp is suppose to be, mine is running at 195 degrees is this temp normal or is it getting to hot ?

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    what temp is normal for the thermostat to kick on at?

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195 seems to be a good operating temp.

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