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I have a Bedfrod CF motorhome with a holden blue 202 engine retrofitted with an aftermarket temp gauge which only has the temp displayed but no blue green and red zone for overheating. How hot is overheating?

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Hello there:
overheating is normally in the range after 190-200 if you have a 180 degree thermostat it shouold lift at 180 and the engine temp will go down if not the thermostat should be replaced also if you get a handheld thermometer gun you can monitor the engine temperature this way too
but if i were you i would get the right temperature guage and install should be able to get this from any motorhome dealership or parts center ok?
best regards michael

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