Member Since: 09 Feb 2014
Thanks Robbie. Just out of interest, what is the best way to diagnose a faulty thermostat, or to confirm that it is working properly? Or if my 2005 car has done say 122k miles, is it due a change anyway?
22nd Jan 2017 9:10 pm
Member Since: 05 Feb 2006
Feeling the pipes and radiator by hand gives you a good idea. An IR thermometer puts some metrics on the process. Personally I use an IR camera dongle on my iPad, which gives me a complete insight into the system in no time.
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