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Do car thermostats go bad?

A thermostat can barely make the current of the car, because the thermostat is a heat-sensitive control device located in the radiator tube. If the thermostat is blocked, the anti-freeze flows from the radiator, causing overheating of the machine. So, if this happens, one of the possible causes is a broken thermostat.

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