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Old 12-03-2007, 08:37 PM
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my stroke sits for bout 30 min before i leave for work the temp dosent leave the cold mark and get into the normal area untill i about 15 miles down the road. i stop and it goes back down to the cold mark. by cold mark it is bottomed out cold or close. any imput on the dump valve and how i could test it to make shure it works. or what else i could look into to get the blue goose up to runnin speed.
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Old 12-04-2007, 01:11 AM
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Make model year mods etc?
Where you at and how cold is it?
What you talking about when you say dump valve?
Sounds like you got a bad thermostat.
Mine gets warm and stay there in about 2-3 miles from a cold start. It will also warm up idling for a few minutes. My exhaust back pressure valve is tied open and I found that it made no measurable difference in warm up time. I referring to outside temps around the freezing mark. It seldom gets below 20F here.
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Old 12-06-2007, 09:21 PM
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sorry 05/94 stock im in LA it not but 40 or 50. the exhost back pressure valve. the thermostat is the same as a older gas. under the hose to the radiator?
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Sounds like the T-stat is stuck open. Be prepared when you do this to replace the T-stat housing also, they are stamped steel and prone to leak when you replace the t-stat.
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