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Old 07-26-2003, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default 1995 Grand Pr 180 T-stat question

Just wonderin g whether or not anyone makes a 180 thermostat for a 1995 Grand Prix with the 3.1 engine? This has to be the same engine also used in the Buick Regal and Olds Cutlass Supreme...

My sister owns a GP and man doe that engine run too damn HOT!!! Neither RobertShaw nor Stant have anything listed other than the OE 195-197 stat, but I can't imagine that there isn't a 180 available simply for performance reasons alone.
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