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AdamC11

Engine Temperature

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Hi Guys,

Wondering if you could help me out a little

I own a MK7 Fiesta Edge, how can you tell how hot the engine is getting?

Cheers

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Cheers m8.

Ive already looked at that thread.

Unfortunately my model of fiesta doesn't have the trip.

So what would i do now?

Cheers

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Cheers m8.

Ive already looked at that thread.

Unfortunately my model of fiesta doesn't have the trip.

So what would i do now?

Cheers

why do you need to no this... as long as the fan kicks in and it does not overheat don't worry..

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why do you need to no this... as long as the fan kicks in and it does not overheat don't worry..

I think the temp. meter is good in another extreme... When there in Slovakia was freeze about -20C, I wanted to know when engine temperature is close to normal working temperature(ca 80C). It's just to don't damage motor by high rpms when is under 60C

ADAM

If you don't have boardcomputer installed, there is way how to check temperature. Interior heater starts to work when temp. of engine is somewhere around 50C.

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Cheers m8.

Ive already looked at that thread.

Unfortunately my model of fiesta doesn't have the trip.

So what would i do now?

Cheers

Cheers Adam, I had hoped that even if you didn't have the computer, you would still have been able to force the display into the 'Maintenance' Mode.

Stewart.

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