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Stant
2004 Suzuki Aerio Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-3C19A71    14378  New

32068 , 33920 , 513-180 , 1767063J00 , 7421-180 , 386-180 , 386180 , 1767065D00 , 131126 , 421-180 , 131-126

Qty:
11.72
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.05
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.84
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2004 - Suzuki Aerio
Stant
1993 Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-25D8DCD    13849  New

83028 , 96060142 , 24577299 , 131-59 , 357-195 , 13193 , V24V5464 , W57-145 , 96055132 , 96062078 , 417535500 , 2120001B00 , 131-98 , 357195 , ET-15-195 , 131-54 , 13198 , 131-58 , 12551472 , ET-41-195 , 9004833011 , 131-32 , 7203-192 , 10112301 , 13182 , ET15195 , 131-120 , 13154 , 145206062 , 374-195 , 1760082850H14 , 131-106 , 24506986 , 457195 , 239-198 , 13148 , 729-190 , 12T4E , 1767050G10 , 13169 , 3037747 , 13153 , 24505924 , 2095192 , 96067125 , L33-9385 , 1430670 , 96060141 , 751-195 , 96051826 , 474195 , V24V5465 , 644-320 , 13159 , 8100789800 , 131120 , 96069300 , 33429 , 131-82 , 24576634 , 751195 , V24V6542 , 203-192 , 83027 , 131106 , 96067126 , 131-42 , 15849 , 13158 , 2095-192 , 96056898 , 24500253 , 3849 , 2095195 , 28-11486 , 729190 , 3229 , 1760085821 , 17600-82850-H17 , 1760082831 , 374195 , 2095-195 , 91171047 , 239-192 , V24V1028 , 131-93 , 10182377 , 8245766340 , ET41195 , 644320 , 7203192 , TX11388D , 474-195 , 1760081860 , 1760085811 , L339385 , 7340-195 , 357 , 96067229 , 13132 , 19M , 3059081 , V24-V6542 , 17670-50G10 , 131-48 , 24504169 , V24-V5465 , 131-30 , 13170 , 644357 , 19182377 , 13130 , 143-0670 , 203-195 , 1760082850H17 , 13174 , 215 , 13142 , 131-69 , W215 , 131-74 , 13168 , V24-V6974 , 1760050G10 , 457-195 , 131-122 , 131-70 , 340-195 , 131-53 , 13849 , 131-68 , 131122 , V24-V1028 , 131-115 , 7239-192 , 10144185 , 31979 , 1430796 , 1760082811 , 131115 , V24V6974 , 10207375 , W57145 , 7203-195 , 19M1 , V24-V5464 , 2811486

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.72
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1993 - Suzuki Swift
Stant
1990 Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-3172F8A    45849  New

2003-195 , 774195 , 61979 , 774-195 , 531090 , 8245772990 , 33429S

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Superstat ® Premium Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.725
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.85
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.87
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Premium Superstat thermostat. Uses high venturi for maximum cooling capacity during high temperature, high load oepration. 25% larger piston in diameter that delivers 1 1/2 the power of standard thermostats. Stanless steel flange is burnished to a bright finish for stress relief and added corrosion resistance. Thicker flange.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Suzuki Swift
Stant
1987 Suzuki Samurai Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-50EDED6    13959  New

131-95 , 131-77 , RT1086 , 248-192 , 7333198 , 1760085841 , 33779 , 358-195 , 285 , 201-192JV , F2TZ 8575 A , 32049 , 358195 , 333-198 , F2TZ8575A , 3959 , RT-1086 , ZZL015171 , 13177 , 7333-198 , YU3Z8575BA , 3199 , 13195 , ZZL015171A , 1430774 , YU3Z 8575 BA

Qty:
9.32
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.7
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1987 - Suzuki Samurai
Stant
1998 Suzuki X-90 Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-50EDED6    13959  New

131-95 , 131-77 , RT1086 , 248-192 , 7333198 , 1760085841 , 33779 , 358-195 , 285 , 201-192JV , F2TZ 8575 A , 32049 , 358195 , 333-198 , F2TZ8575A , 3959 , RT-1086 , ZZL015171 , 13177 , 7333-198 , YU3Z8575BA , 3199 , 13195 , ZZL015171A , 1430774 , YU3Z 8575 BA

Qty:
9.32
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.7
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Suzuki X-90
Stant
1990 Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-3172F8A    45849  New

2003-195 , 774195 , 61979 , 774-195 , 531090 , 8245772990 , 33429S

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Superstat ® Premium Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.725
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.85
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.87
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Premium Superstat thermostat. Uses high venturi for maximum cooling capacity during high temperature, high load oepration. 25% larger piston in diameter that delivers 1 1/2 the power of standard thermostats. Stanless steel flange is burnished to a bright finish for stress relief and added corrosion resistance. Thicker flange.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1990 - Suzuki Swift
Stant
1992 Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-25D8DCD    13849  New

83028 , 96060142 , 24577299 , 131-59 , 357-195 , 13193 , V24V5464 , W57-145 , 96055132 , 96062078 , 417535500 , 2120001B00 , 131-98 , 357195 , ET-15-195 , 131-54 , 13198 , 131-58 , 12551472 , ET-41-195 , 9004833011 , 131-32 , 7203-192 , 10112301 , 13182 , ET15195 , 131-120 , 13154 , 145206062 , 374-195 , 1760082850H14 , 131-106 , 24506986 , 457195 , 239-198 , 13148 , 729-190 , 12T4E , 1767050G10 , 13169 , 3037747 , 13153 , 24505924 , 2095192 , 96067125 , L33-9385 , 1430670 , 96060141 , 751-195 , 96051826 , 474195 , V24V5465 , 644-320 , 13159 , 8100789800 , 131120 , 96069300 , 33429 , 131-82 , 24576634 , 751195 , V24V6542 , 203-192 , 83027 , 131106 , 96067126 , 131-42 , 15849 , 13158 , 2095-192 , 96056898 , 24500253 , 3849 , 2095195 , 28-11486 , 729190 , 3229 , 1760085821 , 17600-82850-H17 , 1760082831 , 374195 , 2095-195 , 91171047 , 239-192 , V24V1028 , 131-93 , 10182377 , 8245766340 , ET41195 , 644320 , 7203192 , TX11388D , 474-195 , 1760081860 , 1760085811 , L339385 , 7340-195 , 357 , 96067229 , 13132 , 19M , 3059081 , V24-V6542 , 17670-50G10 , 131-48 , 24504169 , V24-V5465 , 131-30 , 13170 , 644357 , 19182377 , 13130 , 143-0670 , 203-195 , 1760082850H17 , 13174 , 215 , 13142 , 131-69 , W215 , 131-74 , 13168 , V24-V6974 , 1760050G10 , 457-195 , 131-122 , 131-70 , 340-195 , 131-53 , 13849 , 131-68 , 131122 , V24-V1028 , 131-115 , 7239-192 , 10144185 , 31979 , 1430796 , 1760082811 , 131115 , V24V6974 , 10207375 , W57145 , 7203-195 , 19M1 , V24-V5464 , 2811486

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.72
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 195 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1992 - Suzuki Swift
Stant
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-3C19A71    14378  New

32068 , 33920 , 513-180 , 1767063J00 , 7421-180 , 386-180 , 386180 , 1767065D00 , 131126 , 421-180 , 131-126

Qty:
11.72
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.05
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.84
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2013 - Suzuki Grand Vitara
NTC - TAMA
2002 Suzuki Vitara Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 2.0L NTC - TAMA - (82°C/180°F)

P311-1AE1220    W0133-1644566  New

Qty:
35.52
NTC - TAMA Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • 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.
  • Includes O-Ring - 82°C/180°F
  • (82°C/180°F)
Brand: NTC - TAMA
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Suzuki Vitara L 4 Cyl 2.0L - 2000
NTC - TAMA
1997 Suzuki Sidekick Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.8L NTC - TAMA - (82°C/180°F)

P311-1AE1220    W0133-1644566  New

Qty:
35.52
NTC - TAMA Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • 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.
  • (82°C/180°F)
Brand: NTC - TAMA
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Suzuki Sidekick L 4 Cyl 1.8L - 1840
Genuine
2005 Suzuki Verona Engine Coolant Thermostat Genuine

P311-459335F    W0133-1821263  New

Qty:
47.76
Genuine Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • 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.
  • ; Mounted on the Water Pump
  • Includes Coolant Outlet and O-Ring
Brand: Genuine
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2005 - Suzuki Verona
Stant
1999 Suzuki Esteem Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-5C1A504    13848  New

7203180 , 3918235 , 3037745 , 457-180 , 63418778500 , 374-180 , 239-180 , 31978 , V24V2614 , 33428 , 18M , 15321-73015 , 474180 , ET-15-180 , W115 , L33-9373 , 1532173014 , 131-37 , 340-180 , V24-V5953 , 115 , 28-11485 , 13136 , 457180 , 12T62D , L33-9183 , RT371 , 1430694 , 131-36 , 357180 , 374180 , 2095180 , 357-180 , L339373 , 358 , 143-0680 , 2811485 , 239-185 , 15321-73014 , 1532173010 , 13137 , ET41180 , 751180 , ET-41-180 , 751-180 , 15321-73010 , 7203-180 , 7340-180 , 203-180 , V24V5953 , 2095-180 , 1532173015 , 3848 , 96067938 , ET15180 , 1760082860 , 83024 , 1430680 , L339183 , 474-180 , V24-V2614 , RT-371 , 15848 , V24V6322 , V24-V6322 , 7239-180

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Part Replacement Replaces 15728 Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.72
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Suzuki Esteem
Stant
2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-59F3DD4    14048  New

F32Z 8575 A , 299-180 , TX7182D , 319-180 , 1430724 , 364180 , 1767077E11 , 33908 , RT1082 , F42Z8575A , RT-1082 , 4048 , F42Z 8575 A , F42Z-8575-BA , 91176904 , KL0115171A , RT1089 , 444-180 , 207 , RT-1089 , F42Z8575BA , FS1515171 , 32268 , F32Z8575A , FS0515171 , 12T26D , 2319-180 , F62Z-8255-B , F62Z8255A , 91176180 , F62Z-8255-A , 364-180 , F62Z8255B

Qty:
10.56
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Part Replacement Replaces 48478
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): 1.09
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.05
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 1.54
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.72
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2001 - Suzuki Grand Vitara
Stant
2005 Suzuki Grand Vitara Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-59F3DD4    14048  New

F32Z 8575 A , 299-180 , TX7182D , 319-180 , 1430724 , 364180 , 1767077E11 , 33908 , RT1082 , F42Z8575A , RT-1082 , 4048 , F42Z 8575 A , F42Z-8575-BA , 91176904 , KL0115171A , RT1089 , 444-180 , 207 , RT-1089 , F42Z8575BA , FS1515171 , 32268 , F32Z8575A , FS0515171 , 12T26D , 2319-180 , F62Z-8255-B , F62Z8255A , 91176180 , F62Z-8255-A , 364-180 , F62Z8255B

Qty:
10.56
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Part Replacement Replaces 48478 OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): 1.09
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.05
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 1.54
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.72
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2005 - Suzuki Grand Vitara
Stant
1988 Suzuki Samurai Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-4D67EDC    13958  New

33778 , 201-180JV , 358180 , 333-180 , 1767060813 , 17600-60811 , 185 , 1760060811 , 1760060813 , 17600-60813 , 17600-85830 , 1760083821 , 91177653 , 1430689 , 7333-180 , 96067239 , 463-180 , 3958 , 32048 , 1760085813 , 1760085830 , 463180 , 96067884 , 91174505 , 358-180 , 91176890 , 96061935

Qty:
9.32
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Seal Included Seal Not Included Part Replacement Replaces 48028, 48518 Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.7
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1988 - Suzuki Samurai
Stant
1992 Suzuki Sidekick Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-4D67EDC    13958  New

33778 , 201-180JV , 358180 , 333-180 , 1767060813 , 17600-60811 , 185 , 1760060811 , 1760060813 , 17600-60813 , 17600-85830 , 1760083821 , 91177653 , 1430689 , 7333-180 , 96067239 , 463-180 , 3958 , 32048 , 1760085813 , 1760085830 , 463180 , 96067884 , 91174505 , 358-180 , 91176890 , 96061935

Qty:
9.32
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Seal Included Seal Not Included Part Replacement Replaces 48028, 48518 OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.7
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1992 - Suzuki Sidekick
Stant
1997 Suzuki Sidekick Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-4D67EDC    13958  New

33778 , 201-180JV , 358180 , 333-180 , 1767060813 , 17600-60811 , 185 , 1760060811 , 1760060813 , 17600-60813 , 17600-85830 , 1760083821 , 91177653 , 1430689 , 7333-180 , 96067239 , 463-180 , 3958 , 32048 , 1760085813 , 1760085830 , 463180 , 96067884 , 91174505 , 358-180 , 91176890 , 96061935

Qty:
9.32
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Seal Included Seal Not Included Part Replacement Replaces 48028, 48518
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.7
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1997 - Suzuki Sidekick
Stant
1992 Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-5C1A504    13848  New

7203180 , 3918235 , 3037745 , 457-180 , 63418778500 , 374-180 , 239-180 , 31978 , V24V2614 , 33428 , 18M , 15321-73015 , 474180 , ET-15-180 , W115 , L33-9373 , 1532173014 , 131-37 , 340-180 , V24-V5953 , 115 , 28-11485 , 13136 , 457180 , 12T62D , L33-9183 , RT371 , 1430694 , 131-36 , 357180 , 374180 , 2095180 , 357-180 , L339373 , 358 , 143-0680 , 2811485 , 239-185 , 15321-73014 , 1532173010 , 13137 , ET41180 , 751180 , ET-41-180 , 751-180 , 15321-73010 , 7203-180 , 7340-180 , 203-180 , V24V5953 , 2095-180 , 1532173015 , 3848 , 96067938 , ET15180 , 1760082860 , 83024 , 1430680 , L339183 , 474-180 , V24-V2614 , RT-371 , 15848 , V24V6322 , V24-V6322 , 7239-180

Qty:
6.87
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Part Replacement Replaces 15728 OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 1.72
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1992 - Suzuki Swift
Stant
2011 Suzuki Equator Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-5CE22D3    13778  New

33468 , 83875 , 7265180 , 2088-180 , 31918 , 1644 , 442-180 , W57128 , 7442-180 , 942149620 , 427-180 , 265-180 , 162 , DVN48H , 83215 , 228-180JV , 3778 , 3209 , 1430660 , ET-17-180 , 2088180 , 7265-180 , ET17180 , W57-128 , DVN-48H , 143-0660

Qty:
12.03
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Part Replacement Replaces 13398
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): 1.09
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.125
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 1.36
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 180 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2011 - Suzuki Equator
Stant
2010 Suzuki Equator Engine Coolant Thermostat Stant - OE Type Thermostat

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10.91
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • Stant OE Type Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 205 Degrees Seal Included Seal Included Part Replacement Replaces 46112
  • OE Type Thermostat
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bypass Plate Diameter (in): N/a
    • Flange Diameter (With Seal) (in): 2.21
    • Flange Diameter (Without Seal) (in): 2.04
    • Freight Class: 70
    • Height from Flange to Bottom (in): 0.82
    • Height from Flange to Top of Bridge (in): 0.78
    • Temperature (F): 205 Degrees
  • Original equipment design. Made of durable material for a long lasting life. Stainless steel assembly engineered for a smooth performance.
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Suzuki Equator

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2005/3 Suzuki Swift SE-Z looses power while driving

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Question From FrustratedCarOwner on 2005/3 Suzuki Swift SE-Z looses power while driving

I've had this problem from day one of arrival from Japan. At first it was suspected that it was the Thermometer. I had our local mechanic took it out but same problem still occurred. It starts well and then when I make various stops or it drives for more than 30 minutes it just dies. After 1 or 2 minutes it will start again. Please Help. The car is 2005/3

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

No such part as "thermometer". If you are referring to the thermostat, then you need to put that back in ASAP. You can't just simply remove them any more. They are required. That couldn't have anything to do with your problem anyway.

The only way you are ever going to find that problem is that someone is going to have to determine what function is dropping out first at the moment it dies. That may not be easy to do.

Response From FrustratedCarOwner

Thank you Hammer Time...yes, I meant to say Thermostat. It was advised by my local mechanic and also from the car dealer that I bought it from, and so that's why I had it done.
Thanks for the advice.

Response From Hammer Time

There is not a competent mechanic or dealer in the country that would recommend that you remove a thermostat. You must have been talking to the car washer.

Response From FrustratedCarOwner

I see...well thank you anyway.

Response From Hammer Time

All "crank, no start" conditions are approached in the same way. Every engine requires certain functions to be able to run. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. Also, these functions can ONLY be tested during the failure. Any other time and they will simply test good because the problem isn't present at the moment.
If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.



Every engine requires spark, fuel and compression to run. That's what we have to look for.

These are the basics that need to be tested and will give us the info required to isolate a cause.

1) Test for spark at the plug end of the wire using a spark tester. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on.


2) Test for injector pulse using a small bulb called a noid light. If none found, check for power supply at one side of the injector with the key on.


3) Use a fuel pressure gauge to test for correct fuel pressure, also noticing if the pressure holds when key is shut off.


Once you have determined which of these functions has dropped out,
you will know which system is having the problem.

Response From FrustratedCarOwner

Furthermore, my mechanic tried using I think what they call OPD to diagnose the problem but upon connecting to the machine...it says to input some sort of pin# or code. Would appreciate any info you can give me on this. Thanks.

2004 Holden Barina thermostat

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Question From kevin W on 2004 Holden Barina thermostat

Hello,

Tomorrow I'll be helping a friend out by changing out her faulty thermostat on her

2004 Holden Barina XC04B SED

I just wanted to see if anyone here has experience with this particular job in order to be ahead of any potential complications.

Any advice would be very much appreciated.

Regards,
Kev

Response From Tom Greenleaf

This car isn't sold to the US where this site is based so can only go on generalities.


Thermostats are usually under a cover at engine end of upper radiator hose. No clue how difficult it is on this to get to?


First thing though is verify it's needed. Why are you or anyone so sure it's bad now?


T

Response From kevin W Top Rated Answer

Hi,

Thanks for getting back to me. The engine is over heating with no signs of cooling system leaks and a full reservoir of coolant. I ran the engine until it was hot and felt the difference in temperature of the hoses on either side on the thermostat, with the hose after the thermostat remaining cool while before it got quite hot I can only assume that it isn't opening. I have changed out a thermostat before on a honda civic with no problems, but as that had a rubber gasket and the Barina appears to have a sealant applied to it I was hoping to get advice on what sealants were commonly used on thermostat housings and how they are best applied.

Thanks for your time,
Kev

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Holden Barina

The Holden Barina is a subcompact automobile sold since 1985 by Holden in Australasia. Each of the six generations have been badge-engineered versions of various General Motors vehicles, namely Suzuki Cultus, Opel Corsa, and Daewoo Kalos.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

OK - From the US it's hard to get an image or diagram of the exact layout or any specific procedures still.


You are noticing a cool upper hose while engine is running warm or hot so that's a fair clue. Do know than a lot of vehicles are VERY hard to fill cooling systems completely especially ones with the pressure cap on the recovery tank and nothing on the radiator itself which could be very low and you don't know it if that type. Hot air might even pass some and doesn't feel anything like hot coolant - liquid.
As for gasket types or sealers + products used: Paper/cardboard like ones I would just smear some grease on them. It could be a rubber ring only a type that could benefit from a sealer product sold here my choice would be Permatex Gasket Maker + Sealer by name. I would only use the very least amount and let fully dry before installation.


Best benefit is if you are back there again it will remove without any gasket scraping which can both be a real pest or in doing so harm alloys. Most original gaskets do NOT use a sealer unless there's a specific reason for just an ordinary thermostat.


If no cap to radiator on this at all try to figure out if coolant is 100% full, no air now and that from a cold start feel the upper hose with no pressure for some time. Whether it warms or not if pressure is building up fast or not at all there's more to check out as to why.


Some other reasons an upper hose or radiator may not get warm/hot could be a very failed water pump. If suspect you should feel warm heater hoses even with a stuck thermostat with request for max heat. If not, either low on coolant or not pumping.


There are other reasons for overheating that are NOT a thermostat but this might be. While there a great time to flush out whole cooling system for new correct antifreeze and water mix.


The part to always watch out for is that it's really full and knowing it. It would quit overheating, heater would work fine and never reach a hot warning by gauge or light. Fan(s) would come on as designed by car maker which may be over the boiling point as pressure systems do NOT boil at higher temps while pressurized.


All of this in short: Make sure it's full when finished and quits overheating to know that was the whole issue and not more involved,


T

Response From kevin W

thanks so much for your time, it is greatly appreciated.

Kinds Regards,
Kev

Need help for troubleshooting

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Question From famesethu on Need help for troubleshooting

Hey guys,i'm kinda new in here.

i'm having an old model suzuki.Its a/c wuz a disaster before (no refrigerant,bad thermostat,faulty wirings etc.)
Then i completely rewired,replaced a drier outlet pipe that wuz grinded by the engine belt or wheels some how.And finally i vaccumed the system and filled R134.the pressures @ low and high sides are OK and all wirings are still good.

There wuz cooling for a month and then there is no cooling.but the pressures are ok and the compressor is running when switched on.I can see the R134 pumping through the drier glass.
anyone pls help.
note:there's no a/c amplifier.the system is controlled by a thermostat.

Response From oguh Top Rated Answer

You may have a faulty expansion valve!!

2002 Suzuki XL7 Dies after 2200-2500 RPM

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Question From Skibum1976 on 2002 Suzuki XL7 Dies after 2200-2500 RPM

Hey first post on here. I got a 2002 Suzuki xl7 4x4 with 157,0xx miles on it. I started to give the suv a little TLC, in the form of new head gaskets, Valve cover gaskets, cleaned EGR, new battery, and passenger side O2 sensor before catalytic converter. Somewhere along the line I either made a mistake, broke something or something else broke, because after the gaskets and the EGR, the car started up fine and ran good but then after it was warmed up and I was driving, anytime I stepped on the accelerator and the engine rpms went up to 2200, it would kill until the rpms dropped below 2200 and it would kick back on with me doing nothing. then the thermostat went out with the O2 sensor, replaced both and it still is having the same problem. My guess is that I knocked some wires maybe loose. Sometimes it doesn't do it at all and other times it's very consistent. Ive looked and have no idea where to start. No engine codes.

Response From Max_B00st Top Rated Answer

I agree that it would be easier if you had a way to get to the OEM side of the PCM. Since you might not have the equipment for that, I'll recommend some shade-tree methods of at-least getting you pointed in a direction for diagnosis.

The first thing I would do is, listen for your fuel pump priming. Try to see if it sounds weak. Listen to the intake while you're revving the engine, listen for vacuum leaks. REALLY pay attention to how it sounds when it cuts out (Knocks, pings, solenoids if they are loud enough)
If you notice anything odd sounding, check it out.
Once you've done a thorough visual and audible inspection of the vehicle under the conditions it stalls at, its time to actually start testing components.

For this I recommend:
Basic OBDII scan tool (Or better if you have it).
Fuel pressure testing kit.
Compression testing kit.
Intake vacuum gauge kit.
Cylinder leak-down manifold kit. (You need a small air compressor).
NOID light test kit.

Start with your fuel. Throw your gauge and try to make the vehicle stall with it hooked up. If you can, watch the gauge to see if it's movement is stable and up to spec. If you notice that its all over the place or drops heavily under load. You can assume you have a fuel issue.

Test your vacuum. When I say this, you'll need your OBDII to check MAF and MAP sensor data, to ensure they are actually providing the computer with output. If you can safely say they are atleast functioning, use your vacuum gauge to test vacuum.
Your vacuum should be steady at around 16.5mcGH to 22mcGH. This is the sweet spot for vehicles that have proper and steady vacuum. If it falls below that, you likely have an exhaust obstruction or vacuum leak. if its erratic you probably have a gasket leak, weak or improperly installed valve springs / stem seals.
If you rev your engine and it slowly rises up, thats normal. If it randomly drops and comes back up at idle, its most likely a timing issue.

Test your compression, you should have no less than 100PSI on each cylinder (Some can run on lower compression). Measure all of your cylinders dry and with a squirt of oil. They should not differ by anymore than 20 - 25%.

Once you do that, do a cylinder leak down test if you have the means. I'm not going to explain that in depth. Check out a guy on youtube called "EricTheCarGuy" and find his Cylinder leakdown test video. He explains it in depth and very well.

Other things you can do are, pull the plug wires and perform a performance drop test. If you pull your wires one by one and you notice that one of your wires or more does not effect performance when removed, you might have a coil or distributor issue.

I like to pull sensor plugs off while the vehicle is running to see if they make a difference. If you find that you unplug something like a MAF or MAP sensor and the vehicle continues to run normally, you might want to head in that direction.

This is just a brief methodology of how I would do it. Theres a million things you could do.
I would just do this:

1. Recheck everything without disassembling the engine.
2. Run all tests that you can to the best of your ability.
3. Hope you find something.
4. Come back and let us know how it went so we can continue to guide you in another direction.
5. Either redo EVERYTHING you did again and make 100% you did it right, or take it to the dealer and let them deal with it.

I love Suzuki SUV's
Good luck with it!!!!

Response From Discretesignals

What was the reason for replacing all those gaskets, especially the head gaskets? There has to be codes or something in the data stream. Generic code reader isn't going to cut it on this vehicle. You need an enhanced scan tool that can get on the manufacture's side of the PCM. There might be manufacture codes stored. Other than that the only thing you can really do is recheck everything thing to did and make sure you didn't miss something or install something incorrectly.

Replace small coolant hose

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Question From jgoodfellow on Replace small coolant hose




I need to replace a small coolant hose on my Suzuki Vitara, 1996 2L V6.
It's very hard to access - it comes out of the back of the thermostat housing and goes down into the left bank of the engine. I need to remove some things to get to it, and I haven't done a job quite like this before.
A few questions (see pic attached):

A – this is the small tube that needs replacing
B – I have taken this off before to get to the thermostat – so I’m ok with getting this out of the way
C – this is really in the way - it looks like it goes back a fair way….can I take it out?
D & E – What is E? if I need to remove both of these parts, is that possible?
F – what is this? Can I take it off if I need to get it out of the way?

Some guidance would be very much appreciated!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

This really needs to be done without removing any of that stuff. Most of it isn't going to help you anyway. D and E are intake pipes that aren't in you way anyway. B is the thermostat housing and there is no benefit to removing that,. The only thing that is really in your way is the housing C and you aren't going to be able to remove that one anyway so changing it in place is about your only option. F is the fuel pressure regulator and it is sealed to the fuel pressure rail and you really don't want to disturb that seal if at all possible. That's just a can of worms you should avoid.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Things look pretty good there for a now 20 year old! Great.
OK - Things you need out of your way that are threaded nuts or bolt put a drop of some penetrating oil on now so nothing breaks.
Those "self" tightening clamps many can be done with a good assortment of pliers at assorted angles and some such a pest you need the tool which one from Sears for example looks like this.........

Pic was there - sorry if a no show.......

^^^^
If pic doesn't show I used words "auto hose clamp tool" for images and that was page 1 of the millions. You may want to rethink doing this yourself. I a good one of what's shown above can be $300 bucks and IDK if it can be rented?
The smaller hose in your pic you could do with just the assortment of pliers and carefully. Be easy on yourself and aim them so you can get at them another time for any reason more easily.
Also know when you "violate/drain" cooling system you will have issues bleeding air out up to needing a vacuum fill tool yet more bucks as some you really fight to get last air out to refill at risk of harming the engine.


Not to discourage at all just the right tools make this fast and easy vs DIYing what should be easier. Nothing shown looks even hard IMO with the plier assortment but most folks don't have 100 types like I do.
The hose and item marked "F" I'm not sure but is probably a vacuum hose as there are no clamps on one side of brassy thing which is possibly a check valve as a source or maybe for evaporative emissions - not sure but could be removed and replace any hose traumatized in doing so.
It's good of you to be paying attention to this stuff. As said it looks remarkably good for the age.
Added comment: Even this old some hose is still better than some junk you might buy new so watch out for that. OE quality and may take a dealer?


Give it some thought about costs of tools you may only use once. That and risks of anything not just right really could cause harm up to a disaster as some molded new hose isn't so perfect and can rub where OE ones near certainly didn't.


Your call,


T