Chrysler Sebring Thermostat
A thermostat senses the temperature of a system and operates according to its temperature level, which is maintained to the desired setpoint. A thermostat is widely used in devices or system which can transmit heat or cold and perform the actions at a setpoint temperature. Examples of the system that use thermostat are HVAC systems in a building, refrigerators, air-conditioned of the vehicles.
How Thermostat Works?
Thermostat is often used in liquid-cooled engines . The main purpose or task of thermostats is to limit the coolant flow to the radiator until the engine warms up, if the engine is cold, the coolant flow will be maintained until the engine starts and warms up. When this happens the thermostat opens and the coolant flows into the radiator, the engine will reach an operating temperature of 95 degrees.
Where is Thermostat Located?
Thermostat lies between the engine and the radiator. It's placed on the cylinder head beneath a housing near the water pump.