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I own a Suzuki 2007 Forenza,I just replaced the thermostat, now my temp gauge goes from normal , to almost hot and back to normal.

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SOURCE: Temperaure gauge/thermostat 2001 chevy tahoe

yes, your thermostst is sticking open or closed. it is an easy fix and the part isnt that much but you do have to drain some of the antifreeze/coolant out. when you get the thermstat pick up a repair manual for your truck and it will take you step by step.

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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Double checking, does fun shut off when switched to heat instead of defrost?

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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SOURCE: temp gauge goes up to hot then back down, up and down...

That is very possible.Your radiator could also be plugged,You water pump could be could be giving out or the head gaskets are bad..Those are all worse case scenario's But yes the thermostat could be the problem..I'd start with that then make sure your clutch is working properly..Hope this helps you and have a great day

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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SOURCE: Temp gauge fluctuates from normal, up to blow Hot,

Sounds like a head gasket problem

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Temp gauge will go to hot & come back to normal,is it thermostat?

try the thermostat first if its not that SELL IT lol the head gaskets can cause it to over heat so will cracked or warped heads if you drive it to long overheating ( if it is )
you can do alot of damage to the engine GET IT LOOKED AT this can some times be very costly to fix

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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Thermostat for suzuki forenza 2007


old post, . but
same as all cars, in the engine
the J20B engine.
see that large radiator hose.
there are 2, one gets hot first, that hose. is it.
ill answer for USA cars. only. (unless you tell yours)
on this car its the upper hose.
and goes to the thermostat housing.



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Does 2007 Suzuki have a thermostat or just a sensor?


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