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Old 09-24-2016, 02:32 PM   #1
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Replacing t-stat

Had the heat on full blast and was working fine while moving, but when I came to a stop, it was much colder. Figured it's a thermostat going bad.



Is it necessary to replace the gasket as well? There doesn't seem to be a part number in the above listed diagram, unless it comes with it already. If not, maybe liquid gasket will work?
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Liquid gasket would work fine. You could also buy gasket material and make your own. Guaranteed there is a part number for it. Call a dealership or Lordco and track one down.
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Why do people asking for mechanical advice, insist on not posting the application?

Check on a specific forum to get an idea of what they're doing. If it has a bypass hole, make sure it's clocked correctly.
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A reverse search on the photo shows it's for a Toyota Matrix/Pontiac Vibe, but for all we know, it could be a BMW. Because cooling system problems.
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In that case, there should be a rubber seal that the thermostat slips into, before installing it into the housing. If it's not included, it should be available, separately.
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