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The best place to buy parts?

HenriEST Nov 4, 2009

  1. HenriEST

    HenriEST Member

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    Basically just checked my car and my thermostat is gone:S not so bad because i wanted to do the timing belt and waterpump anyway because of the age of the car it has only done 56k.

    The question is where is the best place to buy these items from? and reasonably priced :)

    If anyone wants to know how you see if your thermostat is gone, it is easy to notice in this cold weather, if your temperature cage isnt moving up to 90degrees in about 20 minutes or so then its probly broke, best way to test this is by driving your car for a while and if the tempcauge isnt moving much then switch the engine off for about 10 minutes and then switch it back on and see if the temp needle is move up to the middle, if it has then its your thermostat what is gone:/

    Thanks alot guys :)
     
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2009
  2. JamesS4cab

    JamesS4cab Well-Known Member

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    Have you tried GSF or Eurocarparts? They are generally pretty cheap.
     
  3. bucks_a4

    bucks_a4 Member

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    i got my thermostat at eurocarparts, something like £45 quid. Gets to 90 now in about 3-4 mins
     
  4. BahnStormer77

    BahnStormer77 BahnStormer

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    pjmspeedy (PM him on the forum).
     
  5. HenriEST

    HenriEST Member

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    Eurocarparts is awseome!! ordered evrything from there lastnite at six oclock and it arrived this morning at 9!!!! 8))) talk about quick delivery!! but ive been waiting for my K&N flatpack filter for 2 weeks now !!! ****!

    cheers :)
     
  6. pjmspeedy

    pjmspeedy Dude, what's mine say ?

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    Cheers Lostbok :icon_thumright:

    I sell original geniune parts only.
     

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