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Old 06-07-2006, 02:12 PM   #1
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What is the part number for the 180* t-stat? I searched here on the site and didn't find it. I am running a little too hot (one mark past 200) and when i hold it at 2k rpms and drove it up and down the driveway, it went back down to 200.
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http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant.m...y_Code=GPUNDER

Make sure you choose the 180, not the 160.

You'll still run over 200 with a 180 stat if you sit in traffic. Just don't be surprised when you're idling for a bit and your temp is right where it was before you put the 180 in.
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180* Stant thermostat Part Number is 13848.

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For those of you wondering, Stant also offers a SuperStat which is their premium t-stat and it is PN 45848 available from Advanced Auto for $7.44. Their regular is $4.94 there as well.
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These part numbers may vary from state to state.

Stant part #

180* = 13848

195* = 13849


Stant Superstat part #

180* = 45848

195* = 45849
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Thanks, Ron. I don't think that they vary by state. From what I've seen those are the same P/Ns we've all been using.

Good listing them all though.
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