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    1972
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    Lemans
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  1. BUENAS TARDES ... TENGO UN GRAND AM GT 2001 !! A QUE TEMPERATURA DEBEN DE ENCENDER LOS VENTILADORES ??????

    1. Ringo64

      Ringo64

      Hey there! Welcome to Forever Pontiac! Please be aware this is an English speaking forum so not many people will be able to read or reply in Spanish. As well, I would suggest posting your question in a topic as status updates are not really for this and will not receive the exposure as a topic would. You can create your topic in our QA forum at: https://foreverpontiac.com/forum/41-pontiac-questions-and-concerns/

       

      Please let us know if we can help you further. 

      Thanks!

    2. Frosty

      Frosty

      The electric fan should come somewhere between 150 to 200 degrees Fahrenheit. The factory engine thermostat should open at 195 degrees.

      El ventilador eléctrico debe estar entre 150 y 200 grados Fahrenheit. El termostato del motor de fábrica debería abrirse a 195 grados.

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