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Old 06-13-2000, 02:58 PM
ncarter ncarter is offline
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The thermostat isn't a very expensive part, and is easy to replace since you'll have the coolant drained anyway to replace those hoses. If it were me, I'd probably replace the thermostat at the same time. Then, check the old thermostat to see if it was bad... there's a way to test them in a kitchen oven but I don't remember exactly what to look for offhand.

If the old thermostat was not bad, then save it for next time...

- Nathan
'83 240D
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