I tried every way I knew how to blame a temp increase on the new grill. But it was just by sheer stupid luck that I put the grill in about the same time that we started having 100+ degree days. After trying several different modifications to the grill, and even reinstalling the stock grill, I came to the conclusion it was just mother nature and not the new grill.mdurand said:in the article in Mustang Enthusiast it said the car would run cooler as they don't block the airflow to the rad. The grills seems more open in the replacement grill but those big lights take a lot of room. Did you notice any temp difference with the new grill
Are you running an aftermarket temp gauge or relying on the analog idiot light in the dash? If you are watching the factory gauge I can assure you that gauge reads the exact same for any tempature between 150 and 220+savagess said:No Increase on my end>> THE TEMP STAY THE SAME..
DID NOT GO UP or DOWN THE AT CAN TELL.. i DO MOST IN TOWN
DRIVEING.. 35-65 MPH..