in the Caribbean islands, and other tropical climate areas, thermostats are removed. You don't need Heating in the Tropics, there are no winter temperatures. The engines are never "cold", just lukewarm, sometimes in the morning the engine is still warm.
I understand that everywhere else needs thermostats. But in a tropical island, or in the Mexican desert, a stuck-closed
thermostat is a problem.
just remove the thermostats and see what happens. Will you blow the engine? no. In any case it will run cooler.
1965 Jaguar S type
1984 Jaguar XJ-6
12 cyl XJS overheating
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