What is the normal coolant temperature?

Asked by Jan 28, 2015 at 09:55 PM about the 2012 Volkswagen Beetle Turbo w/ Sunroof and Sound

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2012 vw beetle

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call any auto parts store, and ask (they can look up a thermostat for your car), usually 180 degrees Fahrenheit. (average).

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90 degrees Celsius

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Mine said 194 today. Outside temp 102 in Atlanta. I just bought this 2012 beetle. Is this a problem?

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yea thats fine its below normal running temp Most vw engines run at 90c yours is running at 88c

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I just purchased a second hand NEW VW Beetle 1.2 Turbo coolant temperature is 90C....is this normal?

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10,205

90c is normal for any vw or audi yep

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thank you!

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mine said 194 and I panicked but the dealership wanted me to bring the car down blah blah blah maybe the water pump but cserrato's information has helped. I called auto zone and they too told me 194 was pretty normal. Thanks to all you guys

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