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Your car or truck uses liquid coolant to maintain a constant temperature in the engine, and the device that controls the flow of coolant so that the engine can remain cool is your thermostat. On start-up, the thermostat remains closed; shutting off access to the radiator. This cycles the coolant through the engine block and gets it hot. Once it reaches an ideal temperature, your GMC K25/K2500 Suburban thermostat then opens up and allows the coolant into the radiator. Now your coolant is part of a constant cycle in your GMC K25/K2500 Suburban engine that keeps 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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