How Do you Find and replace the thermostat on a 1999 Taurus SE 6.0 cyl?
the thermostat is located under the car in the front on the passanger side. look there and you will see the radiator hose leading to it.
Replacing a thermostat on a 1999 Oldsmobile Cutlass is very easy to do. First you will find the thermostat by following the upper radiator hose. It is under the exhaust crossover. The thermostat has two 13 mm bolts holding it in place. Take the bolts off to remove the thermostat and replace with a new one.
Open the hood, find the radiator cap on your left side. When engine is cold, remove the radiator cap and you will see the thermostat in the hole, about 2 inches deep. Antifrezze may hide the thermostat view. Is is very easy to replace if needed. Replace both thermostat and gasket. by removing the cap holder, helded by two bolts.
Replacing the thermostat on a 1996 Grand Marquis is not very hard. First, follow the upper radiator hose to find the thermostat. Then disconnect the hose and drain it. After the hose is drained, remove the bolts holing the thermostat housing in place. Take the old thermostat out and replace with a new one.
I own a 1997 Jeep GC Laredo with a 4.0 six-cylinder to find the thermostat simply follow your upper radiator hose to the engine block and then take off the two bolts that hold the cover on. You should then see the thermostat sitting there inside. Just be sure to put the new thermostat back in the same way the old one came out if you put it in upside-down it will not function properly.
Where is the thermostat located and how difficult is it to replace located on a 1992 Ford Econoline van?
Depends on where in the cooling system the leak is. Some choices are: -Busted hose Find and replace house -Bad radiator Replace radiator -Leaking thermostat housing Replace thermostat housing and gasket -Failing water pump Replace water pump. While doing this, replace timing belt, tensioner, and idlers, as this is quick task, replace it all while you are in there.
The thermostat for the 90-93 accord is on the back left-hand side of the engine where the hose connects from the radiator to the engine, disconnect the hose and clamp it off or move it to the side as not to leak antifreeze (use a rag or container for antifreeze that comes from engine block). Unscrew the 2 screws from the hose adapter and take it off alone with the old thermostat. Replace thermostat as…
RAISE THE HOOD AND FIND THE TOP RADIATOR HOSE. FOLLOW IT TO THE BOTTOM. THERE YOU WILL FIND THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING. DRAIN ABOUT THREE QUARTS OF COOLANT FROM THE RADIATOR, AND REMOVE THE HOSE AT THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING AND REMOVE THE TWO BOLTS SECURING IT, AND REMOVE THE HOUSING. REMOVE THE THERMOSTAT FROM THE BLOCK. CLEAN THE THE OLD GASKET AND INSTALL THE THERMOSTAT IN THE REVERSE ORDER. BE SURE TO ADD THE COOLANT AGAIN…
Find the upper radiator hose then follow it to where it is clamped to the engine. That mounting is the thermostat cover; remove it and the thermostat is inside. When you replace it make very sure you put the new one in correctly. It should be marked or have a picture of how it faces in the instructions.
Locate top hose of radiator and follow it towards engine across front of engine and you will find the thermostat housing there on the passenger side of the engine. Loosen hose clamps on both sides of the hose for easy removal of thermostat housing. there are two bolts on the thermostat housing. Remove both bolts and remove housing from the engine. Most times, the thermostat will remain in the housing as you pick it up…
Answer: The thermostat is in an alluminum housing. From under the hood, follow the upper radiator hose from the dr. side of the radiator to the engine. 2 bolts hold the housing on. Under you will find the thermostat.- TechJK -------------------------------- Just follow the main hose from the radiater,and where it ends that's where it is.