I suppose it is possible that some cars have a temp cut off but most do not. If it runs fine cold but cuts off when it is hot you may have a vapor lock occurring in the fuel system or a weak fuel pump. this is possible but highly unlikely if your car does have a bad thermostat it could have overheated and yo timin belt jumped causeing it to die running it like that could cost you alot of money
Yes a bad thermostat would cause overheating in any car. A thermostat regulates the temperature.
By itself, the thermostat would have to be stuck closed causing a severe overheat condition to cause a loss of power.
no, the thermostat would have nothing to do with the car not starting.
Not usually. But it will cause it to overheat. What kind of car?
A bad thermostat, or in rare cases, a bad water pump.
The engine cooling fans are not functioning, low on coolant, bad thermostat,
If stuck open the car will run cold. If stuck closed the car will run hot.
No. A bad starter would cause the car not to start.
Yes, and it can also make your car to over heat
timing is wrong, coolant leak, bad radiator or thermostat, head gasket....
When a thermostat goes bad in a vehicle, it can make your car overheat. It can also make it t where you do not have any heat inside your car.