# After the engine cools, drain about 4L of coolant from the radiator into a container. Store this container where no pets can reach it (it is very dangerous to pets). # Find the thermostat. This part is very easy. Starting at the radiator in the front of the vehicle, find the large rubber hose (approx. 1 1/2" to 2" in diameter) that is attached somewhere near the top of the radiator. Follow this hose toward the the engine. At the end of the hose you will see a metal housing that usually looks like a small dome (sometimes they are shaped like a cylinder with the top side flat). This dome (aka the Thermostat Housing) will be attached to the engine by two bolts. Remove those two bolts and pull the thermostat housing away from the engine (note: make sure your engine has had time to cool down because when you remove the thermostat housing, coolant may spill out and could cause injury). It might be easier to remove the upper radiator hose to get it out of the way. # Beneath the thermostat housing lies the thermostat. The thermostat should just be resting there and come right out when you pull on it. Now take a clean cloth and wipe off the surface around where the thermostat was sitting and the underside of the thermostat housing (if the old gasket is really gunked on there you made need to take a razor blade or special scraping tool and carefully scape the old gasket off, be sure not to scratch the metal surfaces to much). # When you purchase your new thermostat make sure to also get a new gasket and some RTV (silicone) sealant. Place a small amount of the RTV around the thermostat hole on the engine (this doesn't take much, just a 1/16" inch film on the surface where the gasket lies), place the new thermostat in the hole, with the spring side sitting in the engine (the pointy end faces you), and place the gasket against the engine, with the gasket holes lining up with the bolt holes in the engine. Finally just bolt the thermostat housing back on to the engine and you are ready to go. # Very important note: make sure the new thermostat is within the groove in the housing. If not, when you tighten the bolts, the housing will break and you will have to replace it - probably special order that will take a couple of days. You could even use a couple of dabs of glue. # Replace the coolant you drained earlier - reuse the old stuff. # NOTE: It is also a good idea to run your vehicle for a little while afterwards until it gets up to temp. then allow it to cool down and check the coolant level in your radiator.
The thermostat on a 1995 Saturn SL1 is located on top of the motor. The largest hose coming off the radiator will have to be loosened to access the thermostat housing on the motor.
Follow the top radiator hose, to where it intersects with the motor. This would be the thermostat housing. Remove this, and the thermostat will be exposed.
The thermostat housing is directly under the exhaust man. on the backside of the motor. There are two 8mm bolts straight down going into the lower fixed hose. Be sure to have a fresh O-ring to go around the thermostat.
Raise or lower the temperature to change the reading on the thermostat.
I need instructions on how to change the window motor in 1995 Chevy Camaro.
Changing a thermostat on a 1995 Jeep Cherokee is very easy to do. The thermostat has two bolts holding it in place. Take the bolts off and remove the thermostat from the casing and replace with a new one.
change your thermostat
take the water outlet off the top of the engine and the thermostat should be right there
Remove the water supply hose from the top of your thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and drop in the new thermostat.
follow the top radiator hose to the motor and where this conects is the thermostat houseing. be sure to replace it with the factory recommended temp.
The thermostat should be located in the top radiator hose inlet at the engine. The hose and inlet need to be removed to change the thermostat.
the thermostat is in the front of the motor wheare the main radator line goes into the motor you need to bleed out the coolant and take off the two bolts after disconecting the hose you then simply take out the old thermostat and gasket and replace with an new one,reassemble
Follow the lower radiator hose on the back of the motor. It is in front of the water pump.
if it is the 2.4 ,is there a power stearing pump , if so it will be located on the front of the motor right under the pump, thermostat housing should be faceing the fron of the motor if there is no power steering pump it should be reletivly easy to get to if your are still not sure were to look just fallow the radiator hose from the botom of your radiator up to the motor it will lead you righ to it . there should be three 10 mill bolts holding the housing on the thermostat will be right behind it
Tell me where the thermostat on the 1995 Toyota Camry is located?
located below power pack at front of motor hose from bottom of radiator connected to it
Thermostat is in the housing under the left coil in the housing connected to the radiator hose. Takes about 30 minutes, if that long, to change.
Drain the water from your 1995 Chevrolet Corsica cooling system. Remove the water supply hose from the top of your thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and drop in the new thermostat.
where is a thermostat located on a 1995 Honda civic ex?
The thermostat on a 1995 Plymouth Neon is right behind the Radiator Cap.
take apart the thermostat housing and pop it out be sure and replace the gasket too. There should be two bolts holding it together.
you don't have to but it is tight in there.
you have to remove the whole upper intake. i hate the 3.4 engine.