Yes you need a gasket between the thermostat housing and the engine. Usually a fiber type, should come with the gasket.
In a perfect machine, the metal to metal contact would be so exact that there would be no leak even under pressure. This is not the case on most cars. The gasket allows for slight imperfections in this contact area. Even better is a gasket with a little automotive silicone material allowing for a good seal under heat and pressure.
There's a gasket between the thermostat and the block that you need to replace.
Most definitely... If you don't and the thermostat is bad you will over-heat the engine and the gasket may leak or warp the head. Thermostat is a lot cheaper than tearing down the engine again.
It's on top of the water pump. You need an O gasket with the new thermostat.
remove old thermostat and replace with new thermostat and gasket
Unless the housing is damaged, there is no reason to replace it. Just replace the gasket.
Replace the thermostat gasket.
Just the thermostat and the gasket.
No , there is a rubber ring that goes around the edge of the thermostat
You may need to replace the radiator thermostat and gasket.
To replace the thermostat on a 1988 535i, first locate the top radiator hose and remove the end connected to the motor. Take out the old thermostat and use gasket cleaner to remove the old gasket. Then replace the gasket and thermostat exactly as it was when it came out. Tighten up the radiator hose over the thermostat.
thermostat gasket probably leaking. replace thermostat and gasket making sure that thermostat housing is flat.
I believe, you need to replace the thermostat gasket.
The first step in how one can replace a thermostat in a 2001 Cadillac DeVille is to remove the housing which surrounds the old thermostat. The radiator hose will need to be removed and drained and then the thermostat can be removed. Remove the old thermostat gasket and then insert the new thermostat as well as the new gasket. Attach the radiator hose and place the drained fluid back into the radiator filler cap.
The housing gasket may be bad. Replace the gasket.
No just make sure that the engine is cool. take the radiator cap off MAKE SURE ENGINE IS COOL... then you can take the thermostat housing off and replace the gasket you might have to replace the thermostat as the gasket might be an O ring around the Thermostat and not bought separatly. after your done fill up with water.
You should use a thermostat gasket along with the thermostat housing ring. The gasket should be replaced every time the thermostat housing is opened.
Replace the thermostat housing seal or gasket.
You can locate the thermostat on the front of the engine follow the upper radiator hose back to the engine - the thermostat is located in the engine housing that the hose connects to, there are usually 2 bolts that you need to remove, take of the housing that holds it in place, remove the gasket and clean, test the thermostat or put in a new one - to test the thermostat hold it over a boiling pot of water with tongs if the thermostat opens this is not your problem if it does not open then your thermostat is faulty. Replace and reseat thermostat, replace the gasket, replace the bolts and radiator hose.
The thermostat on a 1999 Kia Sportage is replace by removing the upper radiator hose, unbolting the thermostat housing, and removing the thermostat. A new gasket can then be put in place and a new thermostat installed.
Tools a new thermostat and gasket and coolant
It's actually easier to replace a Saturn thermostat than most other vehicles. Simply remove the thermostat housing and get a new one. The thermostat is molded into the housing. Remove the radiator hose to the housing, then remove the two nuts that hold the thermostat housing to the engine. You may need to work at breaking the housing loose since the gasket has probably seized to the engine. Simply clean off any left-over gasket, and put the new gasket and thermostat housing in place.
Vehicle will run without a thermostat - however will not run as efficiently and will have not heat
Thermostat sticking. Replace thermostat and gasket.
take out the bolts where the top radiator hose enters the motor,pull out thermostat,clean off gasket material on both sides,install thermostat and new gasket,tighten bolts
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