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Forklift Engine Coolant Thermostats

  1. Summary
  2. Forklift Engine Coolant Thermostats for Sale
  3. Quality Engine Coolant Thermostats for Your Forklifts
  4. A Replacement Forklift Thermostat to Keep You Going
  5. Is it Time to Replace Your Forklift Thermostat?
  6. The Right Engine Coolant Thermostat for Your Lift Truck
  7. Easy to Install Forklift Engine Coolant Thermostats
  8. Find Your New Forklift Thermostat at Lift Parts Warehouse
  9. Takeaways

Summary

The engine coolant thermostat is one of the most crucial elements of your forklift cooling system. This means it plays an essential role in avoiding your forklift engine overheating. Most of these elements tend to last several years without showing major issues. However, it will be necessary to change it a least a couple of times during your forklift's lifespan expectancy. If you think it is time to replace your current forklift thermostat and you need help figuring out where to start, don't worry; Lift Parts Warehouse is here to help. With us, you'll find all you need to know to get your new forklift engine coolant thermostat in no time.

Forklift Engine Coolant Thermostats for Sale

If an internal combustion engine powers your forklift, it's important to ensure its engine's cooling system is always running smoothly. To assist you in this task, Lift Parts Warehouse offers you a large selection of forklift cooling parts, which of course, includes a wide range of engine cooling thermostats. The engine coolant thermostat is basically a valve that opens or closes depending on the coolant’s temperature. A forklift thermostat is a vital element of your lift truck cooling system, and its main function is to allow or block the outlet of coolant from the engine body to the radiator.

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Replacing your faulty forklift thermostat is one the most inexpensive ways to guarantee the proper function of your lift truck cooling system. At Lift Parts Warehouse, we count on a wide range of thermostats from the most popular forklift brands. It will be easy to find a new engine coolant thermostat that fits your lift truck model.

Quality Engine Coolant Thermostats for Your Forklifts

At Lift Parts Warehouse, we want you to always have the best quality parts at hand, which is why we test each engine coolant thermostat model to ensure that they all meet our quality standards. Our specialists carefully inspect every forklift thermostat part. Only those forklift engine coolant thermostats that pass our tests are selected to go into our online catalog.

The following parts compound the thermostat:

  1. Main valve (or primary valve).
  2. Seal.
  3. Charge cylinder.
  4. Spring
  5. By-pass valve (or secondary valve).
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Quality Engine Coolant Thermostats - Forklift Cooling Parts

A Replacement Forklift Thermostat to Keep You Going

The forklift thermostat is a mechanical device that uses a wax pellet that expands as the temperature increases. This movement causes a metal rod inside the thermostat to push open or close the valve, depending on the position. Having a working engine coolant thermostat in your forklift is important because it helps regulate the engine's operating temperature.

If your forklift thermostat becomes stuck in the closed position, it can cause the engine to overheat because the coolant cannot circulate properly. On the other hand, if it becomes stuck in the open position, it can cause the engine to run cold because too much coolant is being circulated. Either way, it's important to have a working engine coolant thermostat in order to keep your forklift engine running at its optimal temperature.

While the coolant is still cold, the wax remains solid, and the bypass valve is open. It permits coolant to keep circulating through the engine body. When the fluid temperature rises, the wax begins to melt; Gradually, the bypass valve closes, and the main valve opens. In this way, the hot fluid passes through a hose towards the radiator.

When the water pump inserts cold coolant to circulate in the engine body, the temperature decreases, and the thermostat valve returns to its initial position ( the bypass valve opens, and the main valve closes). To visualize how all this works, please check out the following video.

Is it Time to Replace Your Forklift Thermostat?

Over time, however, the thermostat can become less effective, leading to an overheated engine. If you notice that your forklift's engine is running hotter than usual, it's important to have the thermostat checked by a qualified technician. If the thermostat is defective, the cooling system will not work well. The most evident problem is engine overheating, which occurs a few minutes after running. Another sign that something's wrong with your thermostatic valve is the incorrect ( or fluctuating) temperature changes shown by the forklift gauge. The most common reasons why the thermostat of a forklift is replaced are:

  • Coolant is Leaking From the Thermostat. It happens when the device keeps stuck and cannot open; commonly, the leaking is found in the housing or the mounting surface. If this issue occurs in a recently installed thermostat, the problem could be caused by a faulty installation. But also it can be caused by a defective thermostat gasket.
  • The Forklift Thermostat is Rusted. Low maintenance practice and no coolant replacement on time could make the forklift thermostat to get rusted. The air can also generate corrosion (which commonly comes from a defective radiator cap). A suitable new thermostat must replace the damaged one to solve the problem. In addition, it is recommended to check the radiator cap.
  • The Engine Coolant Thermostat is Clogged. It is caused by a coolant that is contaminated or non-compatible. It generates a sludge accumulation around the main valve and avoids the correct functioning of the device.

The Right Engine Coolant Thermostat for Your Lift Truck

Be sure that the specifications of the new forklift thermostat match the old one. Some of the more important of these are:

  • The opening temperature measure.
  • The maximum outside diameter (OD).
  • Height ( its total height but also its height for the radiator and engine side).
Best engine coolant thermostat for your forklift
Thermostat / O ring type

Easy to Install Forklift Engine Coolant Thermostats

If this is your first time replacing a forklift thermostat, don't worry, it's easier than you think. Follow the steps below, and your forklift will run smoothly again in a few minutes. But first, getting a new gasket in addition to a new engine coolant thermostat is recommended. The gasket's function is to seal the connection between the engine and the radiator hose. In this way, you can avoid future problems by using the old gasket. Follow the below steps for the thermostat replacement:

  1. Be sure that the engine is cold.
  2. Locate where your thermostat is. As a reference, remember it is located inside the inlet upper-radiator hose.
  3. Pull off the radiator hose. Before doing this- for a clean working environment- put a recipient to catch the coolant containing the hose.
  4. Remove the thermostat housing.
  5. Remove the old gasket.
  6. Remove the old/damaged thermostat.
  7. Place the new thermostat and gasket.
  8. Install the thermostat housing and the radiator hose again.

Additionally, we suggested refilling the coolant and a correct bleed of the cooling system, refilling of coolant, and replacing radiator hose clamps.

Find Your New Forklift Thermostat at Lift Parts Warehouse

When it comes to purchasing quality forklift parts, there is no better choice than Lift Parts Warehouse. If you're looking for a new replacement engine coolant thermostat for your forklift, Lift Parts Warehouse has it for you. No matter the year, make or model of your lift truck, lift Parts Warehouse has you covered. OEM and aftermarket forklift thermostats form the most popular forklift brands like Toyota, Clark, Nissan, Komatsu, and more.

Each engine coolant thermostat for sale in our online store is a high-quality product that comes with a 1-year warranty to support it. Buy your new forklift thermostat today and enjoy our same-day shipping service. We have more than 20 warehouses strategically for all United States, which allows delivering any order right away. So don't miss the chance; it will be hard for you to get better deals than ours.

Takeaways

Here at Lift Parts Warehouse, we know the importance of keeping your forklift truck running in top condition. That's why we carry a wide selection of thermostats and other cooling system components so you can easily find the replacement part you need to get your truck back up and running. If you have any questions about which thermostat is right for your lift truck or are still unsure how to install it, don't hesitate to contact our team; they will be more than happy to assist you.

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