You purchased your Allroad Quattro because its a reputation for performance and European styling agreed with your nature; so why would you settle for second rate when it comes to great quality auto parts? Auto enthusiasts know that luxury is built into each Audi, and understand that only the highest quality repair Allroad Quattro parts will suffice when your car or truck needs fixing. Your Audi dealership isn't the only place to find genuine or original equipment quality parts to repair your Allroad Quattro. Audi car, truck, or SUV drivers have become used to a certain level of sporty handling when driving their Allroad Quattro around town.
Your car or truck has a liquid-cooled engine, and its thermostat keeps the coolant flowing in the right direction so that your engine can maintain a constant and ideal operating temperature. On start-up, the thermostat remains closed; bypassing the flow of coolant through your radiator. This cycles the coolant through the engine block and gets it hot. Once it reaches the right temperature, your Audi Allroad Quattro thermostat then opens up and allows the coolant into the radiator. Now your coolant gets cooled as it recirculates through your Audi Allroad Quattro engine; keeping it within a specific range of temperatures that are determined for the engine to achieve the best balance between power, fuel efficiency, and emissions... all thanks to the thermostat.
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87 degrees C. thermostat