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Half year ago, the temperature reached 90 degree , sometimes 100 degree, so I replaced the thermostat. After that, the temp reading is always at 90 degree.
Today, it reached 100 degree.
Will a flush low the reading, how many liters of coolant required? Or is it caused by other failures?

Thanks in advance for help.


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My always run there because I stuck a 95 degree thermostat in. You probably have a 85 in yours and that is the temp when the thermostat starts to open. Hot day and a/c on will push the temps higher. Don't worry as long as it doesn't go into the red.
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