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I did a quick search and return no usable results. Does anyone have the american part number for a thermostat for and 86 1200 Interstate? Thanks in advance.

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There is one mentioned on this site, and it's now in my LTD, but there is one thing, the 1200's have a small hole in them so that fluid can by pass the thermostat. My understanding is that its job is to prevent air lock. There was some debate about that thermostat comapired to stock as well, the auto has a smaller hole then the 1200 but the auto will open more then the 1200's will. Seems like it's all a big wash, except for the price.

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John,

Thanks for the info. I will pick it up when I go to get the timing belts. Is it possible we could get this info added to the "Tips" section?
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Thanks for the info. I will pick it up when I go to get the timing belts. Is it possible we could get this info added to the "Tips" section?
Your welcome. Getting it added to the tips section is up to Wingnut & possibly wexman.

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this might be dumb but where is the tips section?

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https://www.goldwingfacts.com/GoldwingTips.htm

Lot of good information on the that you can get at off the main page.

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thank you, I just found it right before you answered back.

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If the bleed hole on a replacement thermostat is smaller than OEM it's easy enough to drill it out to the same size.

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