Car Engine Thermostat
A car engine thermostat is responsible for controlling the amount of coolant released into an engine. When the car first heats up, the thermostat closes and doesn’t allow coolant into the engine until it’s warmed up. When working correctly, a car’s thermostat should be open, allowing coolant in once the engine is heated appropriately. Thus, if a car engine thermostat is not working appropriately, it can lead to issues for the engine overall. Fortunately, concerns over a car’s thermostat can be addressed and resolved by the expert auto maintenance team at La Habra All Tune and Lube.
The most essential aspect of a car’s thermostat is the small cylinder located on the engine-side of the device. The cylinder is filled with a wax that begins to melt at 180 degrees. At La Habra All Tune and Lube, we’re fully capable and knowledgeable in checking each aspect of your car’s thermostat, ensuring that it is in prime working condition. In fact, our mechanics are ASE Certified Master Technicians, meaning your car will be handled by the highest caliber automotive professionals.
Owned and operated by Hamzeh Shirazi, the team at La Habra All Tune and Lube is proud to be part of the East and Southern Los Angeles community. Whether you’re in need of maintenance for your car engine thermostat, an oil change, brake and vehicle inspection, or any other auto service, please get in touch with our team, and you can look forward to truly first-rate service with a personal touch.