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Old 14th October 2008, 13:41   #1
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Default Palio- Temprature Gauge

Folks did notice that the engine temperature needle goes above the half mark when driving in slow moving traffic and while driving on ghat(bad roads so had to drive slowly, lower gears)

So is this normal?

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Old 14th October 2008, 13:47   #2
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Ideally, the temp gauge should remain static once the car has warmed up fully, regardless of the driving conditions. You might want to check the coolant level in your car. Also, check your radiator for any rusting/leakage. Hope that helps.

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Hi Lohit, this thread (Palio 1.6 Sport Temperature doubt) might have some useful info.
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Thanks MF, lohithrao please continue the discussions on the thread MF gave.

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