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Will my 1995 work with out a thermostat - 1995 Dodge Stratus

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Yes, it will work, but it could cause your engine to overheat. If I had a stuck thermostat and needed to drive a few blocks to get a new one, I probably would, but I wouldn't try to drive it all the time like that.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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It is never recomended to remove a thermostat from any vechile beacuse the coolant will not get a chance to cool as it passes through the radiator a tyhermosat is a must

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