The thermostat on your GM vehicle is a small but very important device. It is located between the engine and the radiator. Its job is to block the flow of the coolant from the engine to the radiator until the engine is sufficiently warmed up. When the engine warms up enough then the thermostat opens up the valve which allows the flow of the coolant. The thermostat will adjust when it opens and shuts based on the temperature of your engine so that it maintains a perfect operating temperature. A broken thermostat can cause your vehicle to overheat. If you are having problems with your central air system, it may indicate that it is time to have your thermostat replaced. Purchasing a quality thermostat is important. You should purchase a genuine OEM thermostat when replacing yours. With OEM you will be getting a high quality product from your vehicle manufacturer. Shop our webstore for your OEM thermostat when yours needs replacing.
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