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It might seem easy to integrate a sensor that detects the opening/closing of a mechanical thermostat's pintle (LVDT, for example) but here are some challenges which would need to be addressed: Cost vs Benefit Is a "smart" thermostat really worth the extra hassle and money when its dumb counterpart has the following to offer? : it's already ...
As per your question the issue is about overheating. For that we already have a coolant temperature sensor, which can alert the driver when there is over heating. For your kind information there are electrically controlled thermostats in some modern engines of Mercedes and maybe in some others too!!!
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