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If you removed it to solve an overheating issue, all you have done is address the symptom, but not the original issue. This is referred to as a "makabass" move. :)

If the rest of your cooling system is operating properly, there shouldn't be any issues with the thermostat being there. You need to make sure that the thermostat has the correct temperature rating for your car. 

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