I have a 1995 850 2.5 GLT AUTO Estate engine serial/type is B5254S and is fitted witha Wahler thermostat that is stamped "90" and "02 07" but no serial numbers.Can someone please help me out with correct numbers Quinton Hazell etc so I can get back on the road as our motor factors gave me the wrong one
Many Many Thanks Chris
Made the move from a bank disrupting Mitsubishi L300 Delica to my 850 GLT on LPG.....Good move !!
You have a 90 degree thermostat that was manufactured in February of 2007. Any 90 degree thermostat that fits should work. Be sure to get a new sealing ring along with it (Many thermostats don't come with a new ring).
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This is something you'll want to spend the extra $4 or something on, and go with an OEM one. Some of the aftermarket ones can fail in the closed position, and your engine will not last long without being able to use the radiator.
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No rubber ring on thermostat(busted) when I removed, just the flat rubber gasket that stretches over and on to gasket edges. There is a rubber O-ring, with my thermostat kit that fits perfectly into lower thermostat housing. Should this go under the thermostat between thermostat's rubber gasket and aluminum housing below?