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ECT/EOL TEMP DELTAS

Just found out my Torque apocalypse accessories much more than the default data. Is this normal readings?

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ECT is a little low but I'm not sure how long you've been running, EOT looks normal. Get a new thermostat and continue to monitor, should be seeing 190* to 192*. If you can't hit those temps change thermostat.
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Thermostat is brand new along with the coolant. There is maybe 60 miles on both.

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Not enough information. Were both temperatures stable (ie was the engine fully warmed up)? What were the driving conditions. What are the temperatures on a cold engine (after 12 hours of engine-off conditions)? These temperatures should be within .5 to 1 *F on a cold engine.
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Get a new ECT sensor and replace it. What is your delta before startup after sitting all night? Should be within one degree of each other and if they are and you still can't reach 192 it's the sensor. Just replaced my EOT sensor last week because I didn't have a delta. Before start up after a cold soak my EOT 59.52 and ECT was 60 inside my 60* garage. Replace sensor and now I have a delta of 195-196* EOT and 192* ECT.
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Pic was snapped 30 minutes into my 45 minute drive home. Like I said I just found out my app could read this. I will get more data tomorrow.

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Warmed up engine , probably 20 minutes into the drive, going 65 MPH on flat an level ground for a good reading.
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Here is the data from cold iron to getting off the freeway. Today is was 50℉ and raining on my 15 miles of highway driving and the cruise control set at 66 mph.

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You're still not hitting 192 ECT. And your cold soak differences are greater than 1* get a new ECT sensor. ECT and EOT are the same sensor.
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...and save the old ECT sensor until you know for sure if you have a sensor issue and/or an early opening thermostat issue.
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