A diagram of the thermostat location on a 96 Nissan pickup can be gotten from the Nissan dealership. It can also be purchased from most auto parts stores.
in the end of the radiator hose on the block.
Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. Where it connects to the engine you will find the thermostat under the thermostat housing. Usually 2 bolts holding it in place.
my 2001 Camry thermostat is on the bottom hose. my stat is right next to my oil filter
where is the thermostat in a 96 grand am 2.4 liter engine
The thermostat on a 96 Nissan Altima is located on top of the engine at the upper radiator hose. It is contained under the thermostat housing which holds it in place.
It's on the drivers side of the engine, right near the air cleaner. There's a hose going into the pipe that has to be removed on the upper part of the engine. The thermostat is in there.
Under the thermostat housing
Inside the gas tank. Access by removing back seat you will see access port
Remove thermostat housing, remove old thermostat, clean surfaces, install new gasket and thermostat.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. It is attached to the thermostat housing. Removing the thermostat housing will expose the thermostat.
the location of the thermostat is under the throttle body.before you put it back on you need to buy some gasket sealer or a gasket for the thermostat
Where is location transmission plug on Mazda 96 626
no heat in 96 ford taraus,new thermostat,has coolant in it
The thermostat in a 2.2L is located at the water pump wich is in the front lower left side of the engine
In the motor.
( 190 degrees ) Fahrenheit
are 98 corolla engine compatable with a with 96 corolla
Be care-full my radiator blew up and burnt me. I replaced Radiator, thermostat, and water pump. Timing belt is in the way so I replaced it too. OK Now
The thermostat in a 1996 VW Golf is located by following the lower large hose of the radiator. Before removing the thermostat be sure to drain the cooling system.
It depends on your engine, but the easiest method is open your hood. Look down at the engine and look to the right of the radiator.. look for a large black rubber hose. It connects to where the thermostat will be.