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The other day my temp gauge pegged out after driving for about ten minutes. It was about 30 below zero so I figured the t-stat was frozen or stuck. I changed the t-stat and filled up the coolant. No luck with that! That's where I'm at now. Right now I've found that the top radiator hose is hot and bottom is cold. The top hose stays pretty flat as I can squeeze it with no resistance. Also it seems I'm not getting any coolant flow, the reservoir stays at the same level. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks
 

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junkmanted said:
I don't mean to insult you,, but is there any chance you put the stat in back-words
Haha! I actually thought the same thing! I removed the housing and double checked it! Stat is in correct!!
 

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Problem solved! The -30 temp did a nice freeze job on the lower hose! Put a heater on it, started it up and WALA! Back in business!
 
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