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New Stant Temperature Control Kit Aims to Simplify Installation Process

Each Stant termperature control kit contains all the parts needed to complete the repair: a thermostat, gasket, radiator cap and coolant temperature sensor.
<p>Each Stant termperature control kit contains all the parts needed to complete the repair: a thermostat, gasket, radiator cap and coolant temperature sensor.</p>

Stant Corp.’s new line of temperature control kits is specially developed to simplify cooling system service. A kit includes all the parts needed to complete the repair in one box.

The new line of Stant temperature control kits cover over 82 million vehicles in operation (VIO) with only 21 part numbers.

Each kit contains a thermostat, gasket, radiator cap and coolant temperature sensor and when installed, regulates both temperature and pressure for the cooling system.

The company says installation of a new kit reduces a vehicle’s carbon footprint by helping the engine perform at proper OE specifications and improves fuel economy by making the cooling system operate more efficiently.

“At Stant, we are always looking for ways make things easier for our customers to successfully complete repairs and our new temperature control kits do just that,” says Terry Ethier, vice president of aftermarket.

“Including the necessary parts all in one box saves repair facilities time identifying, ordering and waiting for each component. It is best practice to replace all components in the Stant kit while performing a major repair to the water pump or radiator coolant system. For a professional service technician, that makes a real difference in enhancing productivity and efficiency.”

For more information about Stant temperature control kits, contact a Stant sales representative. To learn more about Stant products, visit www.Stant.com.

Stant is a global supplier of vapor management systems, fuel delivery systems, thermal management systems and engineering services. Founded in 1898, Stant is headquartered in Connersville, Ind.

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