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    My engine runs at about 150 degrees when running but when I cut it off and sit for a while it warms up to about 200 degrees. Is this normal or should I be checking for something ?

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    Sounds like its heat soaking while it sits, does it cool back down as soon as you fire it back up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by larryfknrocks View Post
    My engine runs at about 150 degrees when running but when I cut it off and sit for a while it warms up to about 200 degrees. Is this normal or should I be checking for something ?

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    that's normal mine does the same thing

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc18 View Post
    that's normal mine does the same thing
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    Thanks fellas. Yea as soon as I fire it up and get water running through the motor it cools back down

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