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B. Andeson's specs agree with Will's.....87 degrees C or 189 degrees F. Of course that is the oil temp at your thermostat and not at your temp gauge sender. Don't expect to feel a warm pipe past the thermostat till you get around 200 on your gauge. The same holds true for the fan thermostat. Lots of heat sink (lines) between the gauge sender and fan thermostat. Don't expect it to come on until the temp gauge is at least 10-15 degree higher than the temp the fan should come on. That is why it is handy to have the switch to turn it on....if you are like me, you just keep thinking it is not working till you test it.
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