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Old 09-17-2003, 01:40 PM   #1
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Where can i get it. Autozone Napa or internet.
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Anywhere. You need a counter guy that doesn't have his head up his ***. Tell them you want the 180 that will replace your 195. If he knows what he'* doing, he can cross-reference it. Don't forget the fiber gasket for the outlet housing, and the rubber seal for around the flange of the stat.
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When I got my 180 at AutoZone, they said they couldn't even get the 195. I had to go 180. He was prolly inspecting his large intestine at the time, though.
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Don't forget the fiber gasket for the outlet housing, and the rubber seal for around the flange of the stat.
The newer (00+ at least) dont have a gasket. Not sure what year his car is...

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Just find what they use as a part number. Example..it might be like UXO-195P just get the OXO-180P. That is how most parts stores have them.
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DId anyone bought it of these guys. http://www.pfyc.com/store/merchant.m...tegory_Code=GP

Does it come with everything.
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goto intense-racing.com look under basic engine.
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