68 in the winter, 78 in the summer
Yes, not that you will often need the heat, but the engine is designed to operate at a thermostat controlled temperature summer or winter.
that's the complete oposite to mine! mine just keeps blowing hot air out! changed the thermostat and still nothing changed, in the end i just unhooked so it constantly blows cool air gonna be a problem in the summer!
Summer camp is an option, but a child can learn alot.
yes saves money
Could be a bad thermostat.
i dont know =D
Summer camp is an option, NOT an obligation. You and your children simply do summer activities you love most.
Maybe cooling line is plugged or crimped Maybe cooling tank in radiator is plugged Install auxilliary transmission cooler
Yes, for the most part. Some work in summer school, but it is an option.
You don't. The proper thermostat is 195 degrees. The only reason to change the thermostat is because the one in it went bad. If you use a lower temperature thermostat, or none, the heater won't get warm, and in the summer, you can overheat. If you find a higher temperature one and install it, it is possible the engine will heat up as much as 1 minute faster, but the engine may run hotter as well, making it less efficient and possibly decreasing its lifespan.
No it should not be
180 degree in the summer time and 195 degree in the winter time.
Yes most universities offer a select amount of summer courses. Check with your local university. Another option is to find online summer courses at www.phoenix.edu.
Don't know the country...It actually should be a summer Holiday...They changed the Date.
Mauritius is a great option for the summer holidays for international destinations and Kashmir is the best place for an India destination. More summer holiday destinations can be found in the related link.
Broken blend air door/actuator....replaced many of them
195 degree in winter time. 180 degree in the summer time.
yes because it will keep you cool in the summer and in winter keep your self warm A thermostat is a necessity in a modern engine. Its job is to block the flow of coolant to the radiator until the engine has warmed up. When the engine is cold, no coolant flows through the engine. Once the engine reaches its operating temperature (generally about 200 degrees F, 95 degrees C), the thermostat opens. By letting the engine warm up as quickly as possible, the thermostat reduces engine wear, deposits and emissions. Leave the thermostat in the engine all year round.
Grilling is a great way to cook low-fat and healthy in the summer. Weber has many grilling cookbooks that will give you countless ideas and Williams Sonoma has several grilling cookbooks too that are fantastic!
first of all, do you have the right thermostat? ie: winter, summer. if so i would get the radiator checked, it may be getting pluged.