12 Easy Ways To Get Better Fuel Mileage Right Now

9: Thermostat replacement

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When the thermostat opens or stays open too quickly or for too long, the coolant temperature will drop dramatically, lowering your fuel economy. Checking the temperature is as simple as using an inexpensive infrared laser thermometer. The thermostat housing is a good place to aim it. After your engine has warmed up, if the thermometer shows that it is less than 70 degrees Celsius, the thermostat needs to be replaced because fuel is being wasted. It is easy and inexpensive to replace a new thermostat, as long as your thermostat housing is painted black before testing.

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