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Old 07-12-2013, 02:45 PM
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In an "old school" engine running a 180 thermostat was probalby fine, but on these new computer driven trucks, wouldnt a lower temp thermostat mess up the sensors and other computer driven components that was design for 203 thermostat? I have no proof or anything I'm just asking???
That is correct however 180 is typically not low enough to cause issue.
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