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Stant
1957 Jaguar 3.4 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.4L Stant - Economy Thermostat

P311-2845834    13006  New

15356 , 1160 , E-105-160 , 11654 , L339041 , 2720926 , L33-9151 , 244-160 , L33-9041 , AT105 , L339051 , 31605 , 1-160 , AT 105 , E105160 , L33-9031 , 452387A , L339151 , 3-750 , 7200160 , 400-160 , 3836 , 30006 , 3750 , 1-S , 602184A , 300-160 , 10-S , 39160 , L339031 , 261126 , 7244-160 , 116-54 , 1430131 , 3006 , L33-9051 , 645 , 208335 , 1S , 10S , 3356 , 7200-160 , 26-1126 , 143-0131 , 644310 , 400160 , 300160 , 175681A , 13006 , 188586

Qty:
$3.85
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 160 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • Economy Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1957 - Jaguar 3.4 L 6 Cyl 3.4L 210 3442
Stant
1963 Jaguar 3.8 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.8L Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-0A787FE    45358  New

83501426 , D1TZ8575B , 2465169 , TH5483 , D4PJ 8575 BA , 684194 , 8966483 , 455326C1 , 3749085 , 2120096002 , C5TE8575B , K66915171 , 369320R91 , C5NE 8575 C , 3133698 , 3136267 , G11065 , 3136185 , AT10239T , D2PJ 8575 RA , 3133598 , 4114132 , 3041388 , A 0032032275 , D1FZ8575A , D3JL 8575 A , C8PJ8575A , 21200P7900 , 3156277 , D3JL8575A , GTS111 , 21200V0200 , 2000-180 , 21200H7802 , 3333594 , 3749086 , D5PZ 8575 B , 3156279 , A0002036475 , 1199784 , C2VE 8575 A , D5PZ8575B , D2TE 8575 KA , 3153119 , 3031507 , C2TZ8575A , 205445C , C5AZ 8575 B , 942072171 , 3054228 , 208336 , 3133594 , C3TZ 8575 A , 3041425 , K71015171 , AT22961 , 4131239 , 1366373 , 644331FHT , 3133596 , D2PJ8575RA , 315627 , C3TZ8575A , 3033770 , 313698 , C8PJ 8575 A , 4513524 , 3054129 , C2OE 8575 A , D4PJ8575BA , 3480303 , 3418439 , F1HZ8575B , 1447384M1 , GTS104 , 1BA 8575 B , 369322R91 , 8942072170 , C2UZ8575A , J8126686 , 94171816 , C5AZ8575B , D1FZ8575B , C5NE8575C , 0032032275 , 133727 , 0002036475 , 6OBC85755483 , 3141726 , 74025103 , 4025103 , 3512992 , D1FZ 8575 A , 94239159 , 3156270 , C2OE8575A , 369321R91 , EAF8575B , D2TE 8575 A , RE33705 , A8AZ 8575 B , C7TZ8575A , 3041507 , 8389272 , 8389173 , 4154312 , D2PJ 8575 GA , D2TE8575KA , C2VE8575A , 3152521 , 13358 , 3153120 , C5TZ8575A , 1BA8575B , 3033780 , 3090427 , D2TE8575A , 21200A3005 , 5176503 , 3514173 , 530080 , EBE 8575 B , D1TZ 8575 B , 3000-180 , AT10996T , 28618 , 33008S , 105000106400 , 2044-180 , C2TZ 8575 A , D5UZ 8575 A , F601K303 , 563311 , 3156286 , 8358061 , 133720 , 2129205 , 1338041 , 386525C1 , C2UZ 8575 A , A 0002036475 , 3149694 , 21200P7905 , 21200V0100 , 21200V0201 , C5TE 8575 B , F1JL8575AA , 331FHT , 3156280 , 7324932 , F244K318 , 3156283 , 21200V0700 , 60208 , A0032032275 , C7TZ 8575 A , 2023-180 , 133730 , D1FZ 8575 B , F601K302 , EAF 8575 B , A8AZ8575B , EBE8575B , D2PJ8575GA , G45788 , 21200A3001 , D5UZ8575A , 94336070 , 1853201M1 , 3156267 , 3126290 , C5TZ 8575 A

Qty:
$8.49
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1963 - Jaguar 3.8 L 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3781
Stant
1960 Jaguar 3.4 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.4L Stant - Economy Thermostat

P311-5F1A508    13008  New

ET-43-180 , AT105H , 13008 , 26-1128 , 300180 , 3838 , 401-180 , L339053 , E105180 , 30108 , L33-9143 , 270-195 , 2033-180 , ET43180 , 3726 , 1180 , L339043 , 12T1D , 3-751 , 10H , 401180 , 30008 , 94336069 , 1430149 , 143-0107 , L339033 , 169 , 31805 , 7200-180 , AT 105H , 7244-180 , 261128 , 132-66 , 32032275 , 244-180 , 7200180 , 10-H , 3-768 , EX5482 , 1-H , 3768 , 208336 , E-105-180 , 12323752 , 1H , W169 , W170 , L33-9043 , 13266 , 400180 , 39180 , 13126 , 3008 , 1430107 , AT10239 , 400-180 , 32158 , 15358 , L339143 , 200-180BP , L33-9033 , 200-180JV , 83834 , 300-180 , 33508 , 3-726 , 83501426 , 7244180 , 3358 , L33-9053 , 1430685 , 3751 , 645HT , 131-26 , 1-180

Qty:
$5.18
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Economy Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1960 - Jaguar 3.4 L 6 Cyl 3.4L 210 3442
Stant
1967 Jaguar 420 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 4.2L Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-0973D21    45359  New

18003357-C91 , 386525C1 , AJ5715171A , 3192166 , 2000-195 , AT22963 , 3000-195 , 644331XHT , AJ5715171 , J8127383 , 3156283 , 8127383 , 386525-C1 , 8983500360 , 4488422 , XR3Z8575BA , 905594 , 331XHT , 83500360 , 3780112 , AJ57-15-171 , 2044-192 , 2843210 , 530090 , 33009S , 2000-192 , 2023-192 , 944667 , 4488471 , 60209 , 3156298 , 18003357C91 , AT10906 , 3203275 , 8123420 , 3015433

Qty:
$8.30
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1967 - Jaguar 420 L 6 Cyl 4.2L - 4235
Stant
1960 Jaguar 3.8 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.8L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-0FDEF51    13359  New

410772 , 3156797 , 1633 , EOSZ-8575-A , D4PJ 8575 LA , 1313 , W57105 , 5600143 , C7DZ 8575 A , 4121340 , TP335XH , TH16 , C3OZ 8575 A , 7200-192 , RT1084 , E-105-195 , RT-1039 , D2AE8575SA , W117H , 28-10093 , RT-159 , CG9195 , 330XHT , A8AZ8575C , ET20195 , C5DZ 8575 A , 105000106405 , 3092159 , 143-0180 , ZAM-1119 , 305885 , 3418336 , E1SZ8575A , U339323 , 83504378 , C7DZ8575A , D9BZ 8575 A , E8TZ8575B , 644348 , 133739 , 3090967 , 8620-1088 , RT189 , E6DZ8575A , 52001797 , 3418391 , DVFXH , RT1047 , 4063090 , 13123 , D4PZ 8575-A , RT-1032 , 3041408 , GTS113 , E8TZ8575A , 2810093 , 305490 , 2951700 , 21200V0105 , 335XHT , TP-335XH , RT-1043 , E1SZ 8575 A , 261129 , 6512504 , 56-00143 , 109P , WT/1B , V28V6791 , 13770051 , 10202455 , C7DE 8575 A , 8620-2988 , 331-XHT , V28-V4033 , ET1195 , 5492 , 3528974 , 13187 , C9NN8575A , C6AE8575C , RT1030 , 21200-Q9000 , 21200Q9000 , V28V1132 , RT-1052 , 4494469 , V28-V6234 , D9AZ 8575 A , V28V6479 , 1430156 , 3042805 , 131-56 , C2DE 8575 A , 755-195 , D4PJ8575SA , 3156290 , V28-V5443 , 94828126 , 8952001797 , 94028963 , 299P , 3015397 , EOSZ8575A , 10202454 , 1430662 , 3885009 , C7TE 8575 A , 13160 , RT-1034 , 131-67 , 283 , 3004.88 , 3522677 , 12T1E , 03015493 , 317530100 , E2DZ 8575 A , 62112080111 , 28-10091 , RT355 , F88Z8575AA , 146431 , TP330XH , 302387 , 3156299 , 200-195BP , RT9 , 86201088 , 8942072172 , 19195 , T0726662 , V28-V5447 , U33-9323 , 94372762 , E1AZ 8575 A , 435195 , 3004.90 , 356197 , C2DZ 8575 A , E3TZ8575A , 330-195 , 13171 , E43Z8575B , 435-195 , 277209 , 306388 , V28-V1132 , 378-195 , 335195 , DVN1XH , 10X , 335-195 , W57106 , RT1053 , 2100192 , 644335XHT , 3008.92 , 3000.87 , 131-60 , RT-148 , 302392 , RT-1031 , 21200V0206 , ET-1-195 , W183 , RT119 , C9PJ8575C , ET-20-195 , D1PZ 8575 A , 3518335 , 691F8575AA , 3028626 , RX65-195 , 13140 , 3023.92 , C3DZ 8575 A , 4488472 , F6DZ8575AA , BS-195 , C5AE 8575 C , RT-1054 , 3058.85 , 186 , GTS105 , 417537300 , 1430674 , 300090 , C6AE8575A , 4033 188 , D0RY 8575 A , E5PZ8575A , WT/14B , 200-195JV , DVN26XH , RT1061 , 10147886 , 133724 , 456197 , C2DZ8575A , 18003357C91 , GTS106 , RX65195 , 691F 8575 AA , 140631 , DVN-26XH , C7OZ8575A , C7TE8575A , 335-XHT , 143-0115 , 4028085 , 39185 , 4055 195 , C3DZ8575A , V28V6480 , TH13 , 31955 , 183 , 52028 185AC , 300492 , RT-9 , 13267 , RT159 , RT-1053 , V28V5443 , 481005 , XL2Z8575AA , B5AZ8575B , V28V4033 , 277029 , 1430230 , D2AE 8575 SA , 13127 , C5NE 8575 A , 143-0658 , 3023.87 , 4154313 , 1-X , AT10906T , 10207373 , F28Z8575A , 330-XHT , 300085 , 4033188 , 3004.92 , D1PZ8575A , 31029 , 2120896001 , 300892 , RT1054 , W283 , 21200V0705 , WT/19B , RT1161 , C5AE8575C , 200-192 , 13147 , 3156298 , RT-357 , 2550022600 , D9BZ8575A , V28V6234 , 8620-1091 , 378195 , RT1039 , 83500360 , 2100-192 , D0RY8575A , RT1020 , C5DZ8575A , W217H , F5DZ8575AA , 131-71 , E5PZ 8575 A , 7200-195 , B309 , 3015490 , 3028896 , 131-87 , 13161 , V28-V6480 , DVN-1XH , 7200-195JV , RT1021 , 356 , ET-14-195 , W57-106 , 755195 , 4131068 , 7200-192JV , 807974R92 , 3037757 , C7DE8575A , 4387494 , 83501 426AB , C9PJ 8575 C , DVN-28XH , 131-23 , 131-63 , 8983501426 , 644319 , 5251954 , 28-10095 , ET43195 , 3008.85 , C3OZ8575A , V28-V6791 , S650HT3 , 300488 , 30209 , RT357 , 143-0156 , 356-197 , 13173 , 33009 , V28-V6479 , 15562989 , RT-1020 , RT-355 , E43Z 8575 B , 5600804 , C5DE8575A , 13156 , A309 , RT1034 , 13185 , C1UE8575A , F88Z-8575-AA , C2DE8575A , 143-0230 , 300885 , DVN-1X , RT148 , 229PH , 10108666 , ET-13-195 , ET-43-195 , D2PJ8575KA , V28V5447 , D4PZ8575A , 3539588 , 7779200 , V28-V1131 , 13167 , 13162 , 4131240 , DVN1X , 133749 , C9NN 8575 A , 481003 , 1430658 , V28V1131 , 131-85 , 3051139 , D9AZ8575A , C6AE 8575 C , 331XHT , BS-195BP , E3TZ 8575 A , BS195BP , 4063 090 , 2120096001 , F78Z8575AA , XL2Z-8575-AA , E1AZ8575A , TP-330XH , RT-1047 , RT357DP , 644312 , C1UE 8575 A , RT-1030 , 13119 , RT1052 , 4055195 , 2183 , 10190927 , 3012691 , D4PJ8575LA , RT1049 , RT1031 , C7OZ 8575 A , 13155 , 12554977 , 3238509 , 56-00796 , 644-319 , 2810091 , 1X , 3055672 , RT-357-DP , D4PJ 8575 SA , 195P , DV-FXH , RT--1161 , 52028185AC , C6AE 8575 A , 200-192JV , 48-1003 , 83501426AB , 1430180 , E-186-195 , 3015399 , C5DE 8575 A , RT1043 , 5600796 , RT-1021 , 143-0662 , 1254894 , E0SZ 8575 A , 456-197 , W186 , 83059 , 330195 , 10-X , 26-1129 , E2DZ8575A , 644-348 , 131-73 , 807974-R92 , 301195 , 3514180 , RT-119 , RT-189 , 3205798 , 3041390 , 131-27 , ZAM1119 , 3027868 , 3418335 , 300490 , 229P , RT-1061 , D0AE8575C , 48-1005 , ET14195 , 22545290 , RT-1049 , 56-00804 , 3030055 , 13163 , 22538325 , 300087 , RT1032 , D4PJ8575AA , D0AE 8575 C , 4028 085 , 3054.90 , 2810095 , 3063.88 , 3156294 , DV1XH , 10101864 , RT-1084 , E0SZ8575A , B5AZ 8575 B , 200-195 , 131-61 , 301-195 , 131-55 , 3000.85 , 131-40 , 5600200 , DV-1XH , 1430115 , 131-19 , W57-105 , 21200V0205 , 86202988 , 410899 , 131-3 , 131-47 , 1653 , 131-62 , E105195 , 132-69 , 13359 , F78Z-8575-AA , DVN28XH , E6DZ 8575 A , D2PJ 8575 KA , 34402115 , A8AZ 8575 C , 10190925 , 143-0674 , C5NE8575A , 39195 , ET13195 , E186195 , 299PH , 644-312 , 132-67 , 56-00200 , D4PJ 8575 AA , 317534302 , BS195 , 13269 , 3000.90 , 19595 , 3235347 , 86201091

Qty:
$6.04
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1960 - Jaguar 3.8 L 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3781
Stant
1952 Jaguar C-Type Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.4L Stant - Economy Thermostat

P311-33D2B69    13009  New

L339055 , 119E , 13127 , XL2Z 8575 AB , 705-185 , F6TZ8575HA , 03015493 , E5TZ 8575 C , 52028446 , F2TZ 8575-A , RT1058 , 39195 , E0TE8575EA , 401-190 , RT-1025 , 7244-192 , 728195 , F6DZ 8575 AA , RT-1105 , 83838 , F88Z8575AA , EOSZ8575A , 4494469 , ZZS115171 , F88Z-8575-AA , E8TZ8575B , RT-1152 , RT1114 , L33-9035 , 31995 , 300195 , RT-1108 , 15359 , 3-727 , 807974C1 , F1CZ8575D , 10-X , 269 , E8TZ 8575 A , RT-1161 , XR3Z8575BA , ZZP115171 , 1-X , XR3Z 8575 BA , RT1105 , ZZM415171 , W269 , 131-27 , 7244-195 , 1338018 , F3TZ8575A , 3359 , ZZM7-15-171 , EOSZ-8575-A , E1BZ 8575 A , XL2Z-8575-AA , 261129 , 401190 , 244-192 , 30109 , E1BZ8575A , F6CZ 8575 A , YF1Z8575BA , 1X , L33-9045 , E6DZ 8575 B , 3752 , 12514334 , 13009 , 30009 , 13140 , D4PZ8575A , 132-67 , XL2Z8575AA , RT-1111 , 650HT , RT-1155 , E6AZ 8575 B , D4PZ 8575 A , E8TZ8575A , RT1067 , RT-1067 , E6AZ8575B , 7200-195 , 644322 , F4PZ 8575 AA , E7ZE8575AA , YF1Z 8575 BA , RT1155 , L339035 , E8TZ 8575 B , F6ZZ 8575 A , 12323753 , 1807974C94 , F4PZ8575AA , 705185 , E6SZ 8575 A , E6SZ8575A , F6CZ8575A , 52028 185AC , E5TZ8575C , 7200195 , 1-195 , E6AZ 8575 A , 3009 , 300-195 , F58Z8575A , F4TZ8575B , 3727 , RT1139 , 1195 , RT-1024 , RT1087 , ZZM715171 , 3-753 , E6AZ8575A , 131-40 , RT1025 , F1CZ-8575-D , 26-1129 , F6DZ8575AA , F4TZ 8575 B , 1807974C93 , F8DZ-8575-AA , D9TZ8575AA , J8127383 , 1807974C92 , RT-1087 , F5DZ 8575 A , F6ZZ8575A , E6DZ8575B , F5DZ8575AA , L339045 , F2SZ 8575 A , 52028185AC , RT-1067A , F3TZ 8575 A , L339155 , F5DZ8575A , 728-195 , 1807974C91 , RT-1107 , RT1108 , RT-1029 , D9TZ 8575 AA , 7244195 , 3224216 , 83504856 , 3-771 , 52028185AB , 400195 , L33-9055 , L33-9155 , 3753 , RT1161 , RT1120 , RT1111 , F2SZ8575A , 3-752 , 1338016 , F2TZ8575A , E-105-195 , XL2Z8575AB , 1807945C1 , 3771 , 33509 , 807974R92 , 32159 , EX5488 , RT-1114 , E7ZE 8575 AA , F58Z 8575 A , 13267 , RT-1120 , F78Z8575AA , 3839 , RT-1058 , F78Z-8575-AA , 400-195 , RT1067A , RT1024 , ZZP1-15-171 , F6TZ 8575 HA , RT1029 , 244-198 , F8DZ8575AA , RT1107 , 644356 , RT1152 , RT-1139 , E0TE 8575 EA , E105195 , 52028185 , 10X

Qty:
$5.55
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • Economy Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1952 - Jaguar C-Type L 6 Cyl 3.4L 210 3442
Stant
1994 Jaguar XJ12 Engine Coolant Thermostat 12 Cyl 6.0L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-1EF5B03    13399  New

3042888 , 7272192 , GTS101 , 9194242 , 7227-195 , 9320284 , 2120996001 , 83878 , 5958749 , 3046544 , 21200-05D10 , 7779747 , E6HZ 8575 B , VB28B1130 , 2120005D11 , 7228-195JV , 1430628 , 3049 , 2120064W00 , 2120005D12 , F8AZ8575BA , VB28-V6304 , GTS108 , F6AZ 8575 AA , 28-14888 , 21200-76206 , 644347 , 21200W3310 , 2810191 , 3046543 , RT1103 , L339075 , RT367 , 312-195 , DVN-44XH , 644-358 , E6HZ 8575 A , 368195 , 347 , 13118 , 347195 , 3050922 , RT1041 , 12195 , 21200-V0710 , 28-10191 , 28-10192 , VB28-V1108 , RT1109 , 31169 , 21200V0710 , 21200-G2401 , 131-20 , F6AZ8575AA , 143-0679 , 323-190 , F1VY 8575 A , 368-195 , 369-195 , 412-195 , 143-0396 , 261049 , 412195 , 347-195 , 7505241 , F8AZ 8575 BA , 21200-96012 , 644326 , ET12195 , AT 239 , VB28V1130 , 8132280 , K41015171 , 522888 , 1430679 , 2120005D10 , F5AZ8575A , 5600671 , RT-1035 , 4095.92 , 1338033 , RT-367 , 277099 , 1430776 , 339195 , 131-22 , 369195 , 13122 , 2041192 , 2814888 , 1430354 , 8815656 , 21200G2401 , ET-10-195 , VB28V1108 , E6HZ8575A , E5TE8575A , 7272-192 , F5AZ 8575 A , 28-19188 , 12T19E , 402292 , 9166687 , F1VY8575A , 227-195 , 228-195JV , 726-192 , 409592 , 644339 , 21200W3305 , ET18195 , 323190 , VB28V6304 , RT-1103 , 83158 , TX1088D , 5600861 , 83238 , 3046175 , 644-339 , E5TE 8575 A , 312195 , 21200-05D11 , 644-318 , 339-195 , 7228-195 , DVN44XH , RT1115 , RT-1109 , RT1075 , U33-9214 , 56-00671 , 12-195 , 8917298 , 1430396 , RT1035 , 56-00861 , 1338032 , L33-9075 , E6HZ8575B , 1676 , 2041-192 , ET10195 , 2120076206 , RT-1115 , 3069 , U339214 , 542495 , 3250365 , 8817298 , 9316662 , 664HT , 8132282 , E3TZ 8575 B , 447195 , 4006 088 , 272-192 , 4006088 , 742-194 , 8134146 , 4022.92 , 131-18 , RT-1075 , JLM9635 , VB28-B1130 , 423-190 , ET-18-195 , 94214962 , 2120096012 , 423190 , 8362352 , 21200-05D12 , ET-23-195 , 26-1049 , 4022.88 , AT239 , 542795 , 2819188 , 228-195 , 239 , 2120064W01 , 644318 , 3399 , 22795 , 2810192 , VB28-V1130 , 2120016A05 , 13120 , 15399 , VB28V5461 , VB28-V5461 , 644358 , W239 , ET23195 , RT-1041 , EAC8999 , ET-12-195 , 726192 , 33189 , E3TZ8575B , 402288 , 644-326 , 277159 , 8822025 , 143-0354 , 447-195 , 3041443

Qty:
$7.78
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Jaguar XJ12 V 12 Cyl 6.0L - 5994
Stant
1980 Jaguar XJ6 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 4.2L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-1EF5B03    13399  New

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Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
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1980 - Jaguar XJ6 L 6 Cyl 4.2L - 4235
Stant
1993 Jaguar XJS Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 4.0L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-58DE184    13649  New

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Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 190 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
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1993 - Jaguar XJS L 6 Cyl 4.0L - 3980
Eurospare
2006 Jaguar XJ8 Engine Coolant Thermostat Eurospare - - Motorad

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Eurospare Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Chas: H17519-
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Original Equipment
2003 Jaguar S-Type Engine Coolant Thermostat 8 Cyl 4.2L Original Equipment - Waxstat

P311-46A311A    W0133-1655931  New

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Original Equipment Engine Coolant Thermostat
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  • ; Chas: -M62935
  • Waxstat
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  • ; Chas: -M62935
  • Waxstat
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2008 Jaguar Super V8 Engine Coolant Thermostat Original Equipment - Waxstat

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2008 - Jaguar Super V8
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2004 Jaguar Vanden Plas Engine Coolant Thermostat Original Equipment - Waxstat

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  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • ; Chas: A30645-
  • Waxstat
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  • ; Chas: -H17518
  • Waxstat
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  • ; Chas: -G49700
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1967 e type jaguar...radiotor boils over

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Question From fiorav on 1967 e type jaguar...radiotor boils over

The jaguar overheats after driving on local streets for 4 miles or less....it has a practically new radiator that has an automatic fan turn on...ive checked the thermostat and that works find...checked the head gasket and there is no problem there...the water pump is working fine...whenever the car overheats i then refill the overflow tank with antifreeze...run the car for a few minutes and then check overflow tank once again to see if it needs more antifreeze...the next morning...car is full of antifreeze and engine is cold...take it for a drive and the temp gauge quickly goes to over 200 degrees fah...the auto fan comes on and then the antifreeze starts to boil and spill out to the ground...any ideas would be appreciated..

Response From Hammer Time

How did you check for head gasket?

Response From fiorav

I used a stethoscope and listened for hisses...i also check the radiator water for signs of co2....

Response From Hammer Time

Nothing you have done would eliminate a blown head gasket and it's still a very likely cause of the problem, probably a result of the previous radiator problem.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I smell a head gasket. Just start it from cold and feel the upper radiator hose pressure up in no time a strong indicator it's putting combustion gasses right into cooling system,

T

Response From Sidom

practically new radiator

That one thru up a red flag.... I would probably dig deeper.

I'm sure you meant CO. Just curious how you did that...


If you thoroughly checked everything you said you did. I would probably be looking at flow next and make sure the water pump didn't have a bad impeller. But if you just glossed over most of this stuff it's very possible you're overlooking your problem.

2001 Alero Running Hot

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Question From john1 on 2001 Alero Running Hot

Hi Tom,

How are you doing? Hope all is well?


The weather is getting better for sure - lovin that part maybe winter is over for us in the north.


A little question. I just had my Transmission cooler lines replaced. No biggie.

But at the same time I noticed the leak, the enigine was running hot - when Idling? While running down the highway - no problem at all, let it Idle it will raise above the halfway mark. it has always run hot, maybe I never noticed it. My Garage guy said all is fine, icluding the thermostat? I dunno I if should worry, or it is what it is...

Talk to you later my friend.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

It's possible that it's normal depending on just how hot that really is. Is/are fan(s) coming on when idling for a while when it's warmer out? In that it's fine when at speed it suggests fans are late or not working at all.

Was just brought up that some GMs do wait for a higher radiator temp for powered fan to kick in then I would like but it is possible to be normal if predictable and staying in safe range.

Now that you've mentioned trans lines (probably rusted out) were replaced it makes me question the radiator itself as they rust/corrode too. That you can see from engine side - the front is the condenser (looks like radiator) for the A/C but the two are separate items.

This tidbit only good for today. It's supposed to be in the low 70s here 4-20-2010 - OMG a heatwave! Good time to check it. Don't confuse fan working if A/C is requested at it almost certainly will run with A/C requested or any setting that involved defroster.

If running heater which should stay warm/hot brings gauge temp right down, or goes cold on you when gauge reads high it's important to note that.

Pay attention as overheats are a killer,

TomG

Response From john1

Hi Tom,

Hope all is well?


I'll will keep a close look at for sure... We are hitting the 70 degree mark as far as our weather goes,
The Alero while running it sits slightly under the half-way mark, and while idling for 2 minutes or more it will rise slightly over the half way mark. I will be courious to see , when we get to the 90's.



John

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Had a nano second a while ago that actually hit 90F in the sun! I was playing with checking out A/C crap to know it was ok for the season early as you can't really tell when it looks like this.............



Ya - that is a car in my back yard! Hmmm - wonder if the A/C worked - laugh.

From your description you are probably fine. A little over a mid-line on gauge to a little under is normal for some. If consistent that's a good sign. If different day by day there's something to fix as weather moderates.

BTW - repair or replacement of trans lines shouldn't have involved antifreeze but a slim chance it could have to fix it. Make sure coolant level is correct and stays correct as you should anyway periodically. Check trans fluid too as it could be off after the fix and isn't IMO this issue but would be easy to be off some after that repair,

T

Response From john1

Too Funny Tom. Nice Pic.



This time of year is hard, yesterday we hit 68 ad a daytime high, and dropped to 30 at night....


I will keep I close look Tom.. I did forget to mention, my heater , well for lack of better words - does not throw out as much hot air as it used to. I would guess it is workin at about 25-35%. But that is only for the defrost mode. The vents work fine?

John

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi Again,

Heater performance can be very telling or misleading. If this car is "climate controlled" it won't put out as much heat as engine has to offer but rather lower output temps (not volume usually) not to bake a cake inside

I wish climate controls had an over-ride. Clearing out, digging out or de-icing cars suks as your up to your butt in snow and ice and the car thinks it's just dandy inside so why put out more heat?

OK: If the heat works well in colder weather and not now that would explain that for now. Otherwise it suggests clogging of heater core which is usually first, then radiator will start to clog and "voila" a good excuse for running hotter than perhaps the car was intended.

Might be a good time to flush the whole system and check out the situation. Don't exceed 50% antifreeze as that can cause dramatic loss of heat transfer. If you take on flushing yourself, go forward and backwards on as much as you can. Add (see capacity of cooling system in owner's manual) half that capacity first as there would still be plain water in engine left over. If this has the pressure cap on reservoir and not the radiator they are a pill to get all the air out. Look for bleeder at thermostat housing area or fill from a disconnected hose at first. Takes several cycles of warm ups and cool downs to stabilize. Watch like a hawk after any refill as it doesn't always finish the same day!

If tons of junk is noted coming out you may need to do this all over again as flushing really doesn't get it all. Cross that bridge when and if that's noted,

T

Response From john1

Hi Tom,


How are you doing?

How the waether at your end?


Just wanted to give u an update. I will bring it to the garage on Monday for a Rad Flush, But as the days go on,
I am alomost ZERO heat. It seems each day I am losing it. Wouldn't you guess it , we are at 36 degress the last 2 days with no heat coming out of the car and a 30 mile drive into work. I just wonder if the Rad is gone. I have 255000 KM or 114600 miles. The Thero gauge still sits below half while the car is running and slightly above while idling?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Heater: The heat output failing so quickly could be that it's clogging or now in conjunction with the other symptoms I'm thinking the cooling system could be low on level. I think this car put pressure cap on a remote recovery tank and not on the radiator itself and it needs to be full and know full in the radiator.

Also, feel heater hoses going to and from firewall. One will or should be hot at engine temp and the return still warm to hot usually. If stone cold return then it suggest inadequate water flow thru heater either low coolant or low flow. Hot air just can't throw heat like hot water/antifreeze mix.

The flush is a good idea and a shop should be able to know it's properly full. Tell them of poor heat so special attention to flush it well OR find another reason for poor heat,

T

Response From john1

Hi Tom,

There does not seem to be a cap on the Rad itself. I did fill the resoviore tank up - which is located on the passenger side wheelwell -because is was lower than the level should be at. I do know if I should continue to fill it. Not too much has come out the over-flow. Is there a drain Plug?

I will check out the hoses. I'd love to fluch it myself , but I'll let my local guy do it. I have to change the oil nad swap out my winter tires to summer.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK: With this system it's hard to know it's really full if a problem lurks. Do go ahead and add as marks on that tank indicate with proper mixed coolant. It may or may not drop again.

The idea is that air, if any, pushes out when engine warms and the expansion builds pressure to that tank. When it cools and contracts it should draw back only liquid.

What we don't know is if the system can hold pressure so you would have to start with it cold and feel the large higher radiator hose which stone cold would have no pressure. Now just start engine, heater on, and with care feel for that hose to suddenly go warm and build pressure slowly. It can be VERY hot so use caution of course. The pressure shouldn't built in a minute and if noted that's not a great sign nor is no pressure ever indicative of system can't with leak somewhere. Should have temp gauge and by the time it moves up and hose feels warm to hot there should be pressure. If the radiator cap - in this case the pressure regulator is the cap on that recovery tank is no good it won't build up pressure either. It also must vent when coolant contracts or it wouldn't return to radiator and engine.

It's simple and confusing both. It must hold pressure as the engine operates at temps where the coolant could boil without pressure. Look at that cap and it probably states 15lbs pressure which is worth ~45F over the "no" pressure boiling point. Liquids can transfer heat well. Vapor or air is lousy at it. Knowing what is where in this type system is a pill

There may not be a drain plug on this. It may require removing a hose - can't say for sure. Flushing out cooling systems is a mess at best and antifreeze is a hazmat so best done by the shops. Tell the shop the heat is lousy and specifically target that for flushing both ways. They should know decent flow or not for heater. Most will flush and not need a new core depending on how clogged and with what debris. There may not be much or any - we don't really know that until flushing,

T

Response From john1

Hi Tom,

How are you doing?

I hope that all is well?


So I have dropped off the car today - so I should get some sorta feedback...

They have already re-checked the therostat and the fans do kick in at 190 degrees. I suppose next he will check the rad for a possilbe flush?

Could I have blown I fuse? Right now not knowing what he will say .

The AC works - but ZERO heat - I have lost it all....


I'll let you know!!

John

Response From john1

Hey Tom,

just got back - so far they have found nothing???????????///

Data stream indicates fans engauged at 190 degrees
No external leaks
Good heat from system
heater line into core is hot
return line is cooler
gauge reading 1/2 thru arc


They said - bring it back and they will look some more, but they seem bafiled as well?

added to my surprise - left wheel bearing is going...I replace those every 2 years anyways....

I'll take to you tomorrow......


John

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Not sure what's up with heater?? May use an actuator (electric actuated door/flap) for temp or an in line water flow device. More diagnosing needed. Could even be control head is sending wrong signal for requested temp - just don't know on that for now.

Bearings: Sometimes it's just luck and sometimes you can choose bearings with a better track record usually more money but not always. Real good parts folks seem to know what comes back more often. Dang - some last forever and some don't with either. There was a day when China made cheaper bearings and did have more re-dos but some of those are fine. Hard to know. Re-did one on a Lincoln LS (1/2 Ford 1/2 Jaguar car) a year after a dealer did one that failed?? One is original (of fronts) and one now on third - go figure?

T

Response From john1

Hi Tom,


I will drop off the car Monday, they will run more tests. he told me - not to pay any attention to the gauge. It can be very misleading?


As for the bearings - it every 2 years for me - I guess it the milage - I put about 30,000 miles a year, all highway mind you - but I live in the outskirts - country livin - I do about 1 mile of dirt road and such. I think it is still milage...

I will give u mor einfo on the heat. It even has him baffled..........

J

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hmmm - I would pay attention to the gauge, might not be accurate but if it does anything it's something to go by.

Bearings IMO have no known life expectancy. I've seen them go perfectly for life of a car and up to 500,000 MILES! Others can be more of a routine. This car shouldn't have a serviceable bearing and should be sealed for life whatever that really means. What they definitely don't like is being submerged in water! They definitely should tolerate dust and ordinary dirt.

I liken these seals for items throughout the car as "water resistant" like watches claim vs "Water Proof" - which is a whole different claim like for scuba diving and military use for fording rivers and so forth. That goes for about any street legal vehicle sold for consumer use even the SUVs and off road editions don't want underwater use!

Was ages ago now -- a truck advertisement showed their truck flying off a bump like a Baja run over 20 feet air-born then of course shows it gleaming and running fine right after. True story - A person bought one and did same trick and totalled it never mind drivable and got that ad taken away in short order.

Back to the bearing. If you have a listed part# from one that failed again ask for another brand if that happens again,

T

Response From john1

Hi Tom,

How are u doing today?

finally got out to cut the lawn yesterday....16 days of rain on and off and wet snow let up, and yesterday was the only sunner day, but it was only 45..

They ran so more test - still nothing as far as the heat goes. I aske them for a flush, but they said it would not make a differance, cooant is clear? They will take another look see twoards the end of the week....

As for the bearings, I will ask for a differnt part..... Funny this is the third set in 8 years....the last one was no longer than 2 years ago... That still is the least of my concearn at this moment , until I can not bear the sound, then I'll will change it..within the nest few weeks anyway.... LOL.....

I will keep u posted on the heating ? It is bizzare for sure. I had him check the upper manifold, but he said it was fine.... I do not know if a water pump, would effect this? Classic Mystery.........

John

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Hi again,

Was 30F last night here! Flood, then cold, then hot, then more rain - the lawn loves it!

Water Pump + Heater: Yes that's a possible problem but to me on the rare side. If flow was so slow due to corroded (about only thing I can think of to reduce flow from the pump) then it would highly likely be gradual, get better with RPMs increased and you would feel a stone cold return hose as any available heat would be fully extracted by the core. Clear coolant is telling but not the tell all.

Quick check for part shows this doesn't use a heater hose control valve to lower flow for temp so it would be a diverter door directing percentage of air thru core for temp adjustment. That or coolant can't go thru for whatever reason??
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One parts look up listed this - could be incorrect. If this is at fault they sometimes make a stripping gear sound or could just snap and default to whatever this defaults to??

Shop should be able to determine this or not. Some would or could be such a nightmare to get at you wouldn't be doing that yourself without plenty of tools and the exact instructions that we may be able to come up with but that's software that's pricey and I don't have it for this car.

Bearings: The most trouble I've had was boat trailers getting dunked. All four trashed on one (not mine) and 1 year later and not dunked again they were all showing failure signs - cheap junk! Arggh!

T

Alfa Romeo 156 possible overheating issues

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Question From Graham1982 on Alfa Romeo 156 possible overheating issues

Dear all:

First post so please be gentle. Please note that I am quite technically minded yet my field is electronics therefore whilst I understand concepts and have some experience of auto-salvage I intend to take this problem to the garage:

Ok recently purchased an Alfa Romeo 156 - 2001 model approx. Anyway was meaning to check water levels etc but was going to take it in for a service last Tuesday upshot it didn't happen. This is my wife's car and she has been driving it no issues for the past two weeks.

Anyway she is not the most observant and when I was in the car with her I noticed the temp gauge raising. It got to just before 100 but the warning light did not come on - I immediately got her to pull the car over, we went shopping and the engine cooled down. I bought some water and noticed that when I undid the lid on the tank there was NO water in there, just literaly a few isolated drops. Naturally I backed about 2 litres of water into it, ran it up and the temp seemed to be OK - disaster averted or so I thought.

Anyway the temp guage now fluctuates between 90 and nothing as if the guage doesn;t work properly. When the engine is idling at traffic lights for say less than a min the temp decreases but when the engine is under load say driving at 40 mph plus the guage rises past 90. unfortunately wife has only done round town driving since it happened so I don't know if the temp would keep rising if she was driving for a long period of time.

My thoughts are:

Cracked head (unlikely as no steam and I stopped before boil and no warning light that is assuming temp gauge is working)
Dodgy thermostat
Dodgy water pump

I also assume (based on my experience of much older 1980s Jaguar XJ6 engines) that if it was a cracked head the temp would rise much more quickly and steam would pour out/engine useless much more quickly.

Also, even when I noticed the temp problem initially prior to noticing no water in the tank the bonnet (hood) didn't feel overly hot. Also, the fan did not kick in.

Could anyone suggest if it is now game over for this car or a simple repair?

Thanks

Graham

Response From Discretesignals

We don't have that vehicle here in the states, but you need to have the coolant system pressure tested while the engine is cold. Pressure testing will show leaks that occur under pressure.


Response From Graham1982

Hi:

Thanks, I assume that when I go to the garage that is what will be done when I tell them the problems. I guess the purpose of my post was to find out from the initial symptoms if this looked like a write-off or a repair job that would be managable in terms of expense.

Thanks again

Graham

Response From Graham1982 Top Rated Answer

Hi:

Slight update - realised that as the system was dry to start with it most likely needed coolant too - I was correct and I have put coolant in too (to the correct ratio). Also, from cold I sat in the car and put the heater on. It was what could be described as warm and as I didn't want to sit in there for ages burning petrol, the fact that heat is coming through the system would suggest that it is OK.

Service on Tuesday so who knows but I would still appreciate any further info

Thanks

Graham

Response From Discretesignals

The coolant has to be going somewhere if your having to add coolant. The first thing the garage is going or should do is pressure test the system to see if there are any leaks and where those leaks are.