|Car||Labour Cost||Parts Cost||Fiix Total Cost||Dealership Price|
|2007 Pontiac G5||$165.00||$38.62||$203.62||$258.10|
|2005 Hyundai Tucson||$110.00||$55.37||$165.37||$203.45|
|2005 Porsche Cayenne||$605.00||$147.65||$752.65||$941.44|
|2009 Nissan Sentra||$110.00||$71.19||$181.19||$232.75|
|2006 Honda CR-V||$165.00||$75.94||$240.94||$302.14|
|2004 Infiniti G35||$220.00||$101.17||$321.17||$395.69|
|2004 Ford F-150||$110.00||$111.17||$221.17||$276.89|
|2000 Honda Accord||$165.00||$71.19||$236.19||$290.42|
|2013 Hyundai Elantra||$165.00||$102.83||$267.83||$342.29|
|2005 Pontiac Sunfire||$110.00||$88.72||$198.72||$246.31|
The thermostat helps regulate the temperature of your coolant in the engine, along with components such as the coolant tubes in your engine’s cooling system. It is actually a valve inside your engine that will open and close based on the temperature it senses your engine is at. It will open wider when your engine gets hot, and close more once it cools down. A working thermostat is a must to make sure your car is always at a temperature that is just right.
Vehicle engines need to always be at an optimum temperature, and a working thermostat is one of the controlling parts that ensures this is the case. With improper coolant flow, your vehicle will be unable to get rid of excess heat and be prone to episodes of overheating. If you face any of the above issues, have one of our certified mechanics come by and fix your thermostat.
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