Dayco, engine products and drive systems supplier for the aftermarket, has added thermostats to its growing portfolio. The range is designed and manufactured to meet original equipment (OE) specifications.
To aid their identification and compatibility with the correct application references, Dayco thermostats carry the prefix DT, followed by a four figure part number. They also feature a final letter – F, H, or V – which refer to the thermostat’s type: flange, housing, or valve.
The role of the thermostat is to control the flow of coolant around the cooling system and allow the engine to reach its optimum working temperature as quickly as possible. Dayco claims that its thermostats achieve this, along with the added benefits of reducing fuel consumption, emissions and wear and tear.