Think about this, if the engine does not achieve high enough temp, the computer will not go into closed loop, and if you have an automatic trans, the torque converter will not lock up until the proper temp is reached, and I've heard that will damage the trans if it does not lock up the torque converter, I think it overheats the trans.
Your mileage will suffer a lot.
Get some good info before doing this.
The real regulator of engine temp is the fan switch, which is set at a higher temp than the stat.
If the fan switch is not changed to a lower setting, the coolant may not cool down at all under slow driving conditions due to the fan not running.
But when in cooler weather or at freeway speeds, the temp may drop low enough to prevent closed loop running.
The computer may need re calibration to get what you want.
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[This message has been edited by davidpozzi (edited 05-06-2001).]