What would be the normal coolant temperature on a Pontiac Solstice?

Asked by Apr 17, 2017 at 05:44 PM about the Pontiac Solstice

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Finally figured out how to check the temperature on  my Solstice. Was ranging  
from 190 to 207. Is this normal?

7 Answers

33,975

YOU DIDNT TELL US ANYOTHER INFO...WHAT YEAR..WHERE..ALASKA OR ARIZONA...ANYWAY YES

90,655

Yes that is normal operating temperature for a 195° thermostat.

33,975

NORMAL... NORMAL... UNLESS SOMEONE REPLACE THE THERMONSTATE WITH A A LOWER ONE ...STOCK IS 195 o SO YOU SHOULD RUN BETWEEN 195-210 GIVE OR TAKE

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33,975

H ..HAY,HEY....... I SAID THAT.. HER STAT IS LOWER..BET YA...

90,655

Depends on where he is checking the temperature at.

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If the thermostat is going bad and opening too soon or not regulating coolant flow properly, it will usually show a lower temperature in cooler outside weather and higher in warmer outside temps. The range should be close to the stock reading mentioned already, which is 190 to 210 degrees. This will fluctuate during driving but be fairly steady at highway speeds.

Florida with a 100105 miles

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