Is there a thermostat 150 180 degree that will work in a Chevy S 10 V6 43L?
Don't know what year you have but some sensors are temperature sensitive and you should run a 195 degree thermostat.
There may be, but why would you use it?It is a complete myth that a lower degree thermostat is beneficial. In fact, it can be harmful to an engine to run it a lower temp than it was designed for. The oil doesn't heat up as fast, and doesn't penetrate the bearings properly, and it causes the computer to richen the air/fuel mixture, which hurts fuel mileage, reduces horsepower, and wears on engine componets more… Read More
Where Top Radiator Hose Connects To Engine. Remove Hose From Thermostat Housing. That Is Where The Hose Is Clamped On. Then Remove The Housing And There You Will Find The Thermostat.
www. motorcraft . com ( no spaces ) shows for a 1989 F series 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine Motorcraft ( RT 1139 ) 190 degree F. thermostat and ( RG 560 ) thermostat gasket
My temp gauge goes to Cold after just a few miles after changing thermostat on 1976 Ford F-150 360CID V8?
I noticed that www.motorcraft.com lists 3 different thermostats for the 1976 F-150 with 360 V8 ( a 160 degree / 180 degree / and 190 degree . I'm guessing that you installed the 160 ? and maybe had the 180 or 190 before That would make your guage read cooler
Easy right in the front of the motor follow the rad hose that goes to the top of the engine that is where your thermostat is located
Follow the large top radiator hose down to the water outlet on the engine ; that is where the thermostat is. Mark
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9 am in sydney 150 degree E whats the time in tokyo 150 degree
150% of 360 degrees = 150% * 360 = 1.5 * 360 = 540 degrees
You don't say what size motor you have, but a general rule of thumb is to follow the upper rad hose to the motor and it is connected to the thermostat housing. Remove the housing and the thermostat is under it. CT
The upper radiator hose goes to the thermostat housing. There should be two bolts holding the housing on. (possibly three) Remove those bolts and pull the housing up. The thermostat is under there.
Follow the upper radiator hose, when installing the new thermostat be sure to put the temperature portion towards the engine block
150 degrees Celsius = 423.15 kelvin 150 degrees Fahrenheit = 338.7055556 kelvin 150 degree Rankine = 83.3333333 kelvin 150 degree Reaumur = 460.65 kelvin
looking for help is locating the thermostat in my 1996 ford e-150 club wagon. It's a straight 6 cylinder.
On a 1993 Ford F-150 : Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator . Where it connects to the engine is the engine cooling thermostat
The thermostat is located right beside the intake manifold on the engine of a 1999 Ford F 150 XLT. The thermostat can be found by following the upper radiator hose.
Follow the upper rad hose and at the engine is the housing that houses the thermostat. When replacing it make sure the spring goes toward the engine.
A pair of supplementary angles adds up to 180 degrees. Therefore, the supplement to a 150 degree angle is 180 - 150 = 30 degrees.
the thermostat on most mercury's is located just above the muffler. must remove exhaust pipe and muffler to reach thermostat. good luck.
bisect between 120 and 180 degree ( 120 + 180= 300/2 =150)
9 S 150 E is in the Solomon Sea. No city is nearby.
The 1994 Ford F-150 with the 4.9 liter / 300 cubic inch inline six cylinder came from the factory with a ( 192 * F ) engine thermostat
Where the upper radiator hose bolts to the engine you should see the thermostat housing.
The opposite end of the top radiator hose attached to the top radiator neck.
spring side will go in block were top hose connect
No. The interior angles of a triangle must add up to 180° 150° + 10° + 10° = 170° ≠ 180° Therefore a triangle cannot have interior angles of 150°, 10° and 10°
150 hp 150 hp 150 hp
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Start with replacing the thermostat.
At the lower end of the top rad hose within the water outlet. Mark
The answer is -123.15 C (approx.). The Kelvin scale starts at absolute zero and is used in scientific laboratories. Celsius is for general use and set 0 and 100 as melting and boiling point of water respectively. To convert from K to C, subtract 273.15 from K.
Why do you lose heat driving down the road in a ford f 150 you have heat when it is idling but lose it driving?
Thermostat is stuck open Thermostat is stuck open
In both the 5.4 and the 4.6 the "O" ring gasket goes above the thermostat.
It is very simple to change the thermostat in a 2004 E 150 Van. The thermostat can be found by following the upper radiator hose. After the thermostat is found, disconnect the radiator hose and drain it. Then, you will remove the two bolts that are holding the thermostat housing place. Remove the old thermostat and replace it with a new one.
the engine is a v6
follow the upper radiator hose to the intake manifold from the radiator, the little bubble shaped housing is where the thermostat is. remove the hose and you should be able to see it. is is a real pain in the a** to get the bolts out on the newer models. especially the 4.2. this is the easiest way to locate the thermostat on any vehicle with a few exceptions of course.
150ºC = 302ºF
In a 1994 Cutlass Supreme convertible Florida car temperature guage 150 degrees I get virtually no heat.?
Engine temp of 150 F is very cold for the engine and the heater is designed to work with Coolant temperatures of 190 F So this is normal and the car should have a new thermostat installed to increase heat
I have 327 chevy the motor water temp in the back of the motor About 150 hotter then the front rad Is 180 and the back of motor is 250 plus?
Yes, that is because the radiator is cooling it, the running temp should be about 195 or so when the thermostat opens to let the hotter coolant in to the radiator to be cooled.
If your coolant level is fine , it sounds like your thermostat is sticking open
According to motorcraft.com : Motorcraft RT 1139 - 190 F / 88 C - thermostat Motorcraft RG 605 - thermostat gasket ( TWO REQUIRED - regular )
According to one of the Ford websites : The 1993 Ford F-150 , with the 4.9 liter ( 300 cubic inch ) inline six cylinder has a ( 192 * Fahrenheit engine cooling thermostat )
For a water heater, 120 °F (49 °C) is the factory setting, and is the low end of the heating scale. Most are set higher, at 130°F to 150°F to allow for the cooling of the water in the pipes. The hottest setting is about 160°F, which may be too hot for human use (showers) but suitable for washers and dishwashers. In water heaters with two, an upper and a lower thermostat (which perform different… Read More
An obtuse angle.
About 150 degree Fahrenheit!
No special type, and so without a special name.
If the thermostat does not close properly, then the coolant will not get up to "normal operating temperature" usually around 190 degrees Fahrenheit, and the heater will not work properly. Heated air will only be about 140 to 150 degrees (cool) and fuel mileage will suffer also. The vehicle is designed to operate within a certain engine temperature range.
50 bucks from a Pick N Pull junkyard and you do the work yourself. 50-150 if you buy them on eBay or aftermarket ones and do the work yourself. 300+ if you take it to a dealership.
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