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Thermostat the needle is all the way to the right, what is the normal setting?

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Anything that is in your comfort range. with the needle all the way to the right temp is at 90 or so. nothing happening? mercury tube inside isn't tilting and closing the circuit.

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However, much depends on the distance you are driving. On a very short trip(s) your needle is unlikely to get much above cold on the gauge. That's because an engine needs a minimum of 5 miles before the thermostat begins to open to allow coolant to circulate, and 10 miles before your engine is getting to 'normal operating temperature'.

The ideal position of the needle is N - normal ... midway between cold and hot.

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This is a spring type mechanism that fits in a small hole at the top of the upper looper. It 'tricks' the upper looper into thinking it is threaded. It must be engaged by connecting to a small hole in the upper looper

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