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.
Thermostat will open sooner car may not necessarily run cooler
It may run cooler, but this depends on if your radiator fan has a thermostat controlled temperature gauge or if your fan is mechanical. A mechanical fan has a fan belt attached and runs when the engine runs.
It will run cooler, be inefficient and wear more quickly.
195 degree is were your thermostat will open.which in hot weather causes cars to run a little hot.recommend use a alternate thermostat at 180 degree.helps run engine cooler and helps with cooler transmission.hope this helps
Engine will run cooler Perhaps be less fuel efficient if factory design requires a 195 Interior heating will be cooler (thermostat will open sooner and therefore not produce as much heat).
A stuck open thermostat will cause a car to run cooler than needed. It will cause oil to sludge, a loss of gas mileage due to running rich and numerous other problems.
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.
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Between 195 degrees and 210 degrees. You can put a 180 degree thermostat in it and it will run alittle cooler.
yes 2nd answer: Yes, BUT, your engine will run hotter. Reason, the thermostat helps to slow the flow of coolant and therefor give it a chance to actually cool in the rad. thus letting the engine run cooler.
Should be 180 degrees, some work better with 160. The 180 will allow the vehicle to run cooler.