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Old 04-21-2004, 04:05 PM   #1
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im looking at getting a 180T stat.

looking through gmpartsdirect.com i found what i think is to be it

part #24505924

can someone verify this?

there descriptions are terrible
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If it'* listed as the stock thermo, it'* probably a 195.
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quote from http://engine.firebirdv6.com/parts.html

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3800 Thermostat

95-97 195 degree GM - 24506986 (AC Delco #131-115)
98-01 180 degree GM - 24505924 (AC Delco #131-120)
i think its the right one...but i drive a 95...is that version of the 180T gonna work?
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It'* listed on GMPD as the stock part for a 95, so it should work. I just don't know if it'* a 180 or 195.
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welp...i need the 180...anyone else know?
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Can't be much money. Order it, and check the stamping on the stat itself when you get it. I'd love to know.
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They're cheap, about the same price, from the parts store, just go and ask for a 180 for your car. They'll have it.
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