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How does a thermostat work on a vehicle?

Most cars have a thermostat that is about 5 cm in diameter. It is supposed to block the flow of coolant until the engine warms up. The engine's cooling system doesn't work when the engine is cold. ... There is a small cylinder located on the engine side of the thermostat.

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