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Guest Jonny

BMC 2.5 advice

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With getting lady L ready the engine temp was between 80 to 85c with some revs on out of gear & wanted to know if this war normal .... Water flowing out the exhaust header tank full is there anything else that could be causing this ... Wiring under the dash is in really good condition but dash counters are a little dated ...

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Sounds like all is fine, just because your underway doest mean that engine is not going to warm up. No panic, go out and enjoy her.

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Sounds like all is fine, just because your underway doest mean that engine is not going to warm up. No panic, go out and enjoy her.

Make that 'not underway' oopsy should read before submitting!

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Hi Johnny,

My Perkins 4108 runs a a little over 70 degreees at tickover. I would not have thought 80 was out of order with the revs turned up.

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