Having problems with your Chrysler Voyager ?
Chrysler 2004 Grand Voyager diesel 2.8 auto
\015 I have recently bought Chrysler 2.8 auto diesel, when driving the temperature gauge needle goes slightly higher than the line in the middle, does it mean the car is overheating and there may be some problem or does anyone know if this is normal in 2.8 auto diesel. I previously had Chrysler grand voyager 2.5 turbo diesel and the needle on this never went above half line. If this is a problem then what can I do to address it. Any advice will be much appreciated. Regards\015
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