If, by "thermostat" you mean the radiator flow valve that controls engine coolant temperature, yes. All liquid cooled engines need such a thermostat.
The choke thermostat is part of carbureted fuel system. Since 1987, all Dodge trucks have been fuel injected. Therefore, a 1999 model would not have a choke thermostat
The thermostat on a 1999 Chevy is in the lower radiator hoe unbolt it at the water pump.
Chevrolet has been building trucks for 100 years. The model year and engine info would be helpful.
Any kind of trucks. Big trucks, small trucks, cool trucks, hot trucks, awesome trucks, bad trucks, and best of all monster trucks. Glad to be of assistance to you.
Does the truck get warm or hot engine temp.) If not or it takes a while then your thermostat is bad....cost like 10-25 buck for the t-stat. If the trucks engine doesn't get hot or warm in a quick time frame then your thermostat is bad.
Looking At The Thermostat You Will See A Spring Around A Copper Piece The Copper And Spring Side Go Toward The Engine. The Other Side Is Mostly Flat This Side Goes Toward The Radiator. i believe this holds true for any engine... not sure about chevys reverse cooled corvettes and gmc's reverse cooled trucks tho
A fleet of trucks. Or if the trucks are on the move, it is a convoy
You can find the thermostat on the front of the engine. The thermostat will be inside of the thermostat housing.
There is no answer! There is not an opposite of thermostat, a thermostat is a measuring devise.
I just did the thermostat on my '94 SE-V6, and the thermostat is where the lower radiator hose contacts the block (on most cars and trucks they seem to be on the upper hose). You have to do a little bit of digging to get to it: i.e. taking off the pulley bracket and a few wires, the fan shroud, and most likely the upper radiator hose as well. It kindof sucks. Good luck.
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