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What is the proper operating temp for a 2000 pont grand prix gt 3.8ltr?

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The thermostat opens at 195 F degree, and if the cooling system runs properly, then the temperature will stay the same because the radiator will exchange the heat to air stream. If the radiator is partially obstructed, sometimes only 15%, or there are air pockets in the system, or the water pump is giving up, then the temperature will increase.

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