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Old 09-30-2010, 04:23 PM
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ECT-197 EOT-207, 72mph, no load, flat Hwy. ???

I have a recently purchased 06 F350 PSD with 89,000 miles. A little over a month left on the warranty. I recently installed an Edge Insight CTS. Today, on the way home from work, with an outside temp of 91F the Edge Insight read an ECT of 195-197 and an EOT of 205-207. No load on the truck and 40 miles of flat highway at 72mph. Today's temps were higher than previous days (189/199).

Any thoughts or advice? What should "normal" temps be? As far as I can tell, the truck is stock. Looks like gold coolant.

Oh yeh, are there calibration issues with an Edge Insight CTS?

I tried using the search function(ECT EOT) to look for guidance but didn't strike gold. Any help will be greatly appreciated. I'm getting paranoid.
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Old 09-30-2010, 04:28 PM
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Thats about right for a 90 degree day at over 70mph
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Old 09-30-2010, 04:36 PM
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mine run anywhere from 190 to 198
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Thats about right for a 90 degree day at over 70mph
Temps will be alittle higher on a hot day.
Don't have much personal experience yet, but from what I've read in my research your main concern should come when the temp between the two is more the 15*.
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Seems about right. Thats some temps ill see on my dashdaq on a hot day.
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That's pretty much exactly what I see on my CS.
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