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Old 01-01-2008, 09:12 PM   #1
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Hey, i've been looking to buy a 180 deg thermostat but i can't find one for a 92 ssei...i saw some for 92 SSE and 93 SSEi...does the 92 SSEi already have a 180deg thermostat?
I'm a bit confused with this business, i don,t know much about automotive thermostats...could anyone guide me to the right direction?
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A 180 for a 93 SSEi will fit your car.

Stock was 195.
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oe is 195,

se, sse ssei, doesnt matter, they are all the same size stat.
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does anybody know where i could find on the net?
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http://www.partsamerica.com/ProductL...pe=133&PTSet=A

the superstats are more, but they just feel heavier, and better constructed.
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that is an only american website tho...i gotta try to find a canadian or worldwide one hehe
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that is an only american website tho...i gotta try to find a canadian or worldwide one hehe
oh ok, didnt realize that was an issue. uhhh, hehhhmm. cough, edit sig, cough

you can still use the part #* for reference to your local parts store. if they carry stant
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heh i don't know why i made my life so difficult...iw ent to the local napa store and they had a 180 in stock....hehe cost me 15$ ...
thanks for everything my friend!!!!
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heh i don't know why i made my life so difficult...iw ent to the local napa store and they had a 180 in stock....hehe cost me 15$ ...
thanks for everything my friend!!!!
your welcome,


but $15, OUCHH. canadian auto parts stores are professional thieves. did it at least come with a gasket and o-ring, or were those extra too?


ps, have you put it in yet? cuz if not, you should consider waiting till warmer weather. 195 oe is best in cold winters.
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yea it came with everything needed...anyways, i wont cry for a couple of bucks, it wont make a difference, and ye ai know i'll wait till spring to install my thermostat...
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