The thermostat functions to reduce fuel consumption, reduce emissions, protect the engine from overheating and prolong engine life. The thermostat ensures the optimum temperature for the entire system. The bottom of the thermostat housing contains a brass cylindrical bellows filled with a mixture of water and ethanol that heats and boils easily.
When should you replace the cabin thermostat?
The thermostat should be replaced every 4 years or after 100,000 kilometres. In most cases, the thermostat will fail due to a valve blockage. If the thermostat is not working, the engine will overheat and the light on the dashboard will tell you about it. You may also notice smoke rising from under the bonnet.
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