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Hello,

She's running a bit hot, I think? Coolant was at MIN level w/ cold motor. I have added dist. H2O to bring it to 1/2 way between MAX and MIN.

Any maintenance suggestions with respect to the coolant system?

PIC attached is 15 min of moderate driving, 40-60 MPH

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Perfectly normal. As long as it doesn't get above the right edge of the 0. What you have there is pretty common.

You can check your radiator fans, turn on your a/c and you should hear them come on low speed both sides.

The coolant is lifetime, but in my opinion it should be flushed at least every 5 years. But that is just an opinion.

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Thank-you. I will check the fans. Adding coolant did the trick... She's cool as a cucumber.

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Nice work, with fall and winter coming it will run even cooler! :)

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