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Old 01-30-2014, 02:01 PM
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Engine Temps???

Just curious as to what is the hottest you all have run your trucks. Heavy towing in Summer included?
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Old 01-30-2014, 06:00 PM
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203-206 normal driving and when towing its been up to 235.
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Heavy fifth wheel up through the mountains 242*
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Thanks guys, Haven't loaded mine up yet and was curious, normal driving 201 to 205 so far for me but have not drove her in the heat of Summer yet either as it gets to 100F here in Louisiana pretty often. Curious how the temp runs then
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around 205 oil and water 205-215 trans
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:13 AM
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The oil temps will get hotter than the coolant. I've seen 242 when climbing steep grades with a trailer for the oil. But it cools off really quick once you top the summit. The coolant never gets much over 201
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These trucks defiantly run warmer than any of my dodges. I was very suprised to see how warm the tranny got unloaded. Guess it's not bad, just different

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The oil temps will get hotter than the coolant. I've seen 242 when climbing steep grades with a trailer for the oil. But it cools off really quick once you top the summit. The coolant never gets much over 201
I'm guessing you are tuned to be able to know the water temp...???
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