yes it is ok, but if you live in a state with srict emission laws like California it will not pass the emission test in the winter time
On some Computer Controled Vehicles if the Engine runs 2 cold it won't go into CLOSED LOOP & will use major Quanities of Fuel.On SOME HIGH Perforance Computer Chips they Require U 2 change 2 a Colder Thermostat.
It's dependant on what you want. If you live in a hotter climate, select a lower temperature thermostat; that causes the thermostat to open sooner, keeping the engine a little cooler... hopefully. If you live in a climate that is either normally cooler or seasonably cooler, a hotter thermostat can help the heater work better. A hotter thermostat has been demonstrated to be SLIGHTLY (almost insignificantly) at helping the engine run more efficietly.
Yes, given that there aren't other issues with the cooling system. Is the fan in good shape? Is the fan shroud in good shape, or even there at all? Has the cooling system been flushed recently? If all of these things are in good working order, then yes, a 160 degree thermostat will obviously run cooler than a 195 degree thermostat will. One more question... Is the radiator big enough? That is the next question after you have eliminated possible problems with everything else.
yesAdditional answer:You can, but shouldn't and don't need to. The thermostat is designed to keep the engine operating at a certain temperature. This temperature has been proven to make your engine run more efficiently, more power, better gas mileage, longer life, etc. If you live in a climate that has cold winters, this thermostat is part of what makes your heater work.If removing the thermostat in order to help the engine run cooler in the event of overheating, you've got a different problem. A stuck thermostat will cause your engine to overheat, having a properly working thermostat will not. If your car has a new thermostat and still overheats-you've got a different problem.A new thermostat for most cars is less than $15.
Theoretically it would run cooler. The temperature rating on a thermostat tells you it's fully open position. So when the coolant temp reaches 160 then coolant will be allowed to flow to the radiator. Where as the 190 will open 30 degress warmer. And generally a lower temp is better. Just make sure you replace it with the OEM for the winter... or your engine won't warm up enough when it's cold.
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