pull th ecap off and let it run till it gets at normal oper. temp. then watch the coolant to see if it is moving. a squalling pump needs to be replaced, sounds like the bearings went out. check the thermostat and the temp sensor.
I think you're right; 190 is too hot for that motor. I tried that in my 429, & it was too much. 180 works much better for me.BigBadBluBronco said:water pump replaced, thermostat replaced....., BUT !! with a 190 degree, that is too hot in my opinion, but that is what the Checker Auto person found in the computer, i said i want a 180 or somthing in that range, she told me there was no other recomendation, so rather than stand there and argue (i was very aggitated at this point and completely out of patience) i bought it, but it wil be soon changed