It's dependant on what you want. If you live in a hotter climate, select a lower temperature thermostat; that causes the thermostat to open sooner, keeping the engine a little cooler... hopefully. If you live in a climate that is either normally cooler or seasonably cooler, a hotter thermostat can help the heater work better. A hotter thermostat has been demonstrated to be SLIGHTLY (almost insignificantly) at helping the engine run more efficietly.
A 195 degree should be used.
the thermostat can be used to measure the temperature in a room. when.... (to see more please go to my website to see more).
It is used to regulate the temperature of the water
A thermostat is not a switch it is a temperature gauge. It is powered all the time by the electronics in which it is being used.
Motorcraft . com lists ( Motorcraft RT1161 ) a 190 degree Fahrenheit thermostat for the 1995 Ford Explorer to be used year round
Virtually any material can be used to make a thermostat case. What is used will depend upon the temperature and enviromental conditions the thermostat is exposed to, but some materials are plastic, aluminum or steel,
All cars can be driven without a thermostat. The thermostat is used to heat the car in winter by forcing the water temperature up.
A thermostat is used to set the room to your desired temperature, whereas a thermometer just measures temperatures
The 1999 Cadillac normal coolant temperature gauge reading should be 180 degrees. A 195 degrees thermostat could be used, causing the temperature gauge to read 195.
Anywhere you want to control something according to temperature. Thermo = having to do with temperature and Stat= from status or state.
The sensor used for displaying the engine coolant temperature on the gauge in the dash is located near the thermostat housing. I have included a link that has pictures that show its location. Just click on the pictures to enlarge them. When you do, you can see the wires that go to the sensor. Good Luck, Greg