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#1 (permalink) Old 02-15-2007, 12:34 PM
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Hello yall, I have a quick question. I've read that if you plan on doing the fan delete mod on the e36 to use the 80c thermostat, but my providor only has 75c thermostats. Is 75c to low of a temp and am I going to run into fuel mixture or other problems with runnning it that cold. Where should the temp gauge sit at with such a low temp thermo.
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Just don't do it, mate. BMW cooling systems are tricky enough without that.



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it's fine, and the gauge will sit the same, you can get a lower temp fan switch as well

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I baught the fan delete mod fromu n d e r s t e e r . c o m and I have even tracked my car and it has been more than fine

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