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Should your vehicle´s heater start to blow cold air when it should be blowing warm will indicate a potential issue and this could include several components ñ one of which could be the thermostat. Should there be an issue with the heating or air conditioning system, then it's important that you act to have these resolved as quickly as possible because they play a vital role in our car; they help us keep warm when it is cold weather outside and cool on hot summer days. The heating and air- con also help you demist the windows so you can see clearly the road ahead.

A stuck thermostat

If there are issues then it could be a stuck thermostat. The thermostat is essentially a valve that will open and close and its action depends on the temperature of the coolant in the system. It will remain closed to enable the engine to warm up efficiently and when the engine reaches a certain temperature it will open to help the coolant circulate. However, if it does not open when the engine reaches the right temperature, then the coolant will not be able to circulate and this may lead to the vehicle´s engine overheating. Also, should the thermostat remain open it will prevent the engine from properly warming up or at least make the warming up phase much longer? However, an issue with the thermostat may not just be the gauge reading higher than usual ñ it may also show as being cooler than usual too.

There could be other issues for why the heater is blowing cold and they include a blocked heater core, coolant not flowing through the car and air in the coolant system. Other issues may include a malfunction of the water pump, a cooling system leak or a blocked radiator. In addition to the issues of the car overheating there is also a risk that the heat could damage other parts of the car with components overheating; these could be damaged beyond repair and be costly to replace.

Electronic thermostats

Also, some modern vehicles have electronic thermostats, they are often referred to as map-controlled thermostats, and will open and close as a traditional thermostat will do and mix hot coolant with cold to cool down the coolant if commanded by the engine´s computer. This is one way of boosting performance and cars with electronic thermostats have a quicker warm-up, better emissions, and fuel economy with better performance.

Replacing a thermostat is straightforward and they are cheap part to buy though the price will depend on the vehicle and it might be an idea to use new gaskets when replacing the thermostat to help eliminate any possibility of leaks. For those with a map-controlled thermostat you need to track down the cause of the fault with a code reader and if it is the thermostat replace it as necessary.

Replace a faulty thermostat

Should you need to replace a faulty thermostat, then it's important that you source a quality replacement part that is recommended by the manufacturer and source it from a reputable supplier such as Morepartz.

We sell thermostats parts and spares for the following models:

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Where to purchase your thermostats & spares


Local Stores & High Street

One of the most convenient ways to obtain replacement thermostats parts for your is to use your local or highstreet car part supplier.

The advantage of using a shop is you get face to face support in purchasing the thermostats part you need. One of the most beneficial aspect of purchasing from a local store is often highstreet shops will take your thermostats part back if for some reason it doesnt fit, and if in stock instantly replacing with the correct part this can often be easier and quicker than repacking and posting, and then needing to wait for the replacement thermostats part to be sent out.

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Breakers & Salvage Yards

One of the cheapest ways to replace your part is to use the services of your local or universal breakers or salvage yards.

Salvage and breakers yards are are an excellent source of replacement parts, not only for thermostats spares but for a whole number of different parts. Breakers yards and salvage yards purchase damaged cars and then they dismantle them and sell the parts on to the general public.

The advantage of using these yards, also know as dismantlers is the price, usually the price can be up to 70% cheaper over new.

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Private Classifieds

If you want to make even more savings then purchasing your required part from a local could be the answer, shops, private sellers stores and all sorts of users post thermostats parts for sale using classified websites such as preloved, gumtree or even craigslist.

You will have to be a bit more savvy to purchase via this channel, there are no assurances that the part you purchase is fit for purpose and often if you purchase thermostats parts from the public you are not protected - mostly thermostats spares and parts are sold as seen, so you really need to test your thermostats or know about the part your purchasing in some detail.

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Online Store

For the convenience of shopping for spares and accessories without leaving your home then the online store usually has everything you need to get your part thermostats part replaced.

Its easy to find a large number of online stores to purchase your thermostats replacement parts and accessories, usually the offer fast delivery to your home and refunds or replacements if the thermostats part turns out to not be suitable as long as you have the original packaging. Some even offer next day delivery offering one of the most convenient ways to purchase thermostats car parts.

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Online Marketplace

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Part Request Websites

Some websites offer the ability to enter your car details and the thermostats part required so they can source what you need by contacting a large network of suppliers to give you quotes on the thermostats part your looking for.

Some websites offer the ability to enter your car details and the part required so they can source what you need by contacting a large network of suppliers to give you quotes on the part your looking for.

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We have tried to unify all the different types of services to purchase parts all conveniently in one place online at www.morepartz.co.uk

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