Inglewood and surrounding areas serviced by Ideal Head Gasket Repair since 2011- $285 most cars & trucks – MOBILE
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COOLANT SYSTEM TIPS: HOW A THERMOSTAT WORKS
A thermostat is a heat activated gate. When an engine is first started, the fluid inside the engine is cold. The thermostat will be closed. The water pump will be pumping, but no fluid will being pushed into the radiator. When the fluid inside the engine block heats up, the thermostat should open. When the thermostat opens, fluid is pushed into the radiator. During this time cooler fluid is being pulled from the lower hose of the radiator. As the cooler fluid reaches the thermostat, the thermostat will close again. This cycle continues untill the engine reaches operating temperature. When the engine is at operating temperature, the thermostat will stay open. Fluid will circulate through the coolant system constantly. Thermostats can become defective and stay partially open. Sometimes a defective thermostat will become completly closed, thus not allowing fluid to pass into the radiator. It is easy to determine if a thermostat is opening. When the temperature gauge indicates that engine is at normal operating temperature, feel the upper radiator hose. If the upper radiator hose is not warm, that is an indication that the thermostat is not opening properly. Call to get your coolant system analyzed for proper circulation.
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Successfully Repairing Head Gaskets Since 2011