Turning on the heater also works well.
Mike Razor wrote:
> I think that is normal. Although water cooled it does use air passing through
> the rad to cool the fluid and when you stop the engine heats up and when you
> begin to drive again this allows air to pass through the rad (also the fan is
> turning and pulling/pushing air through the rad). The water pump is also in
> operation while the engine is running.
> MIKE R
> Andrew Errington wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have noticed that when I drive my car at the moment the temp. gauge is
> > just over 'N' (I have a 190deg thermostat), and that's fine. When I stop
> > the car however, maybe to go to a shope for 10 minutes or so, I come back to
> > the car and notice the temp gauge is way up almost in the 'H' area. When I
> > start up again the temp. goes back down to 'N' quite quickly. Does anyone
> > else notice this phenomena, and should I be concerned?
> > Andy
> > --
> > '69 B with clean radiator