well no damage will really happen the thermostat allows the motor to get to a warm temp with out one the motor will (should) run slightly cooler but in the winter months the heater will not work very good.
All cars can be driven without a thermostat. The thermostat is used to heat the car in winter by forcing the water temperature up.
If the driveway is a straight line there shouldn't be a problem.Beware of turns,a single turn will damage your tractor big time.
House heat will either have a mechanical valve on the radiator or an electrically driven valve with a wall mounted thermostat. A car will have it in the or on the engine where the outlet hose connects (this is most common)
No oil filter, no oil, lots of damage.
LCDs are driven with AC, to prevent electrolytic damage to the thin transparent electrodes. LEDs are driven with DC.
The first thing I would check is the coolant level. If it's full, it could be the thermostat.
No, not as long as the engine is allowed to reach normal operating temperature.
Crawl under your car on the front drivers side. Follow the lower radiator hose from the radiator to the motor. The thing that the hose is clamped to is the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing bolts to the bottom of the water pump. The water pump is driven by the timing belt.
possible radiator resrtiction
For an almost 8 year old car that is a bit bad. Most people drive on average 12,000 miles per year. So the Cougar was driven heavily at about 16,875 miles per year. So it's not a gently used car.
Engine seized? No Depending on distance driven - might have done permanent damage to engine
On the driver's side of the engine driven bay a separate, dedicated, belt assembly. It can be found by looking in-between the battery and cylinder head.
Yes, a car can be driven without a catalytic converter. However, it is illegal to drive a car without them because of emissions.
In a Non Permissive use accident, The insurer does not cover damage or injury to another party, However damage to the vehicle being driven will likely be covered the same as if the vehicle was stolen and damaged.
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If you are seeing coolant leak out of the hole next to the thermostat on a 2.7L, that is the water pump weep hole. You water pump needs replaced. The water pump is internal to the front of the engine, driven by the timing chain.
Hurricanes are much larger than tornadoes and so can cause damage to a much larger area, even if that damage is less severe. Additionally, tornadoes cause damage purely through wind and wind-driven debris while hurricanes often cause major flooding in addition to wind damage.
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If it is a two wheel drive, yes.
The damage to the car depends on many different factors. One of the factors is how fast you were traveling at the time of the incident. The most common result is a dent in the rim.
Not usually but it can be an indication of a problem with one of the driven accessories. A timing belt in many circumstances can indeed do damage if it breaks so replace it at the proper intervals.
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The car was probable a northern car and driven during the winter in the salted ice/snow. Can also be a car that was driven near saltwater. Can also be a car with flood damage.
It's overheating when driven because there is much more heat to dissipate than when it is just idling. Your radiator might need back flushing or your thermostat needs replacing. Change the stat first, then flush the radiator.