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Is there a thermostat 150 180 degree that will work in a Chevy S 10 V6 43L?

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2011-12-29 02:09:36
2011-12-29 02:09:36

Don't know what year you have but some sensors are temperature sensitive and you should run a 195 degree thermostat.

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