In addition, while the Cruze is in this range the temperature gauge needle won't move.Anywhere from 190-225F is normal 1.4T operating range. The electronically controlled thermostat varies temperature based on ambient conditions and engine load.
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That can happen when low speed of the fan burns out and it defaults to only high-off-high.Thanks, mine has been fluctuating up to 238 then down then up. Cleaned the negative battery cable and terminal but still fluctuates.
The steam is normal...just what these cars do in cold, damp conditions when that water hits the hot radiator.Sorry, I’m new to the forum and and not quite sure how to use it, but @jblackburn I believe that is what has happened to my 2012 Cruze LT. Recently I noticed that my air has to be on 4 to really do anything and it does sound like a jet engine taking off. It’s been like that for a couple of weeks, and today with the colder temperatures I notice steam or smoke coming from the radiator/fan area but my coolant level is fine and my coolant temp was 208. How do I fix this?
Thanks in advance