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Originally Posted by stownsen914 View Post
Sorry to hear of the troubles. Pretty disappointing for a newly rebuilt engine I'm sure. 230 degrees is warm (not hot) for a 911 engine. That temp will not damage seals or cause them to leak. Thermostat not working is an issue if it's the case, but would not cause an oil pressure issue. What oil pressure are you seeing?

It's possible we've lost something in translation from your mechanic, but your description makes it sound like your guy made some mistakes and is leaving you to pay for them ...



Oil pressure on the gauge was never high, the gauge always read as normal. In regards to my previous comment about the gauge I was thinking of the oil level gauge bouncing around. I haven't been in the car much lately, wansnt thinking of the correct gauge.
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