It's a realtively easy, though messy job.
Drain radiator into bucket. Petcock is just under the radiator, and free from cowling that covers most of front underside. It unscrews all the way(lefty loosey). Make sure coolant is not to hot when you do this. Screw petcock back in.
Move bucket under thermostat housing. Unscrew 12 mm nuts, pull housing(still attached to hose) away from engine, releasing more coolant. Thermostat may be stuck in engine or housing...I used water pump pliers to pluck it out. Again, more coolant flows. Peel off rubber gasket/o-ring from old thermostat, and work onto new thermostat.
Place new thermostat into housing in same orientation as old one removed. Push housing back in place (a little tricky, to keep thermostat seated). snug the 12 mm bolts back on.
Be careful refilling the radiator from overflow container. 50-50 water and antifreeze, until it seems full. Start engine with heater on full, keep topping coolant, after it warms up.
Put radiator reservoir cap back on. Test drive, check for leaks and coolant level again.
What size engine do you have?
The thermostat is on top of your intake manifold, on the front side. Locate the radiator hose that runs to your intake, take the hose off and the thermostat will be sitting on the manifold under the hose.
You can find the thermostat on a 1995 Lexus GS300 near the radiator. To locate it, remove the upper hose assembly where it hooks to the radiator.
To change a thermostat on a 1994 Toyota Camry V6, drain the radiator partially. Remove the upper hose assembly, unbolt the thermostat, and put the new one in place. Refill the radiator completely.
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water hose from the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Remove the water supply hose from the top of the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The old thermostat will simply lift out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
where is the thermostat
Just follow the upper rad hose back to the top of the engine. Where it bolts in is where the thermostat is located.
The 1994 Chevrolet Beretta thermostat is located on the front of the engine. You can follow the top radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing. The thermostat will be in the thermostat housing.
Where is the thermostat
follow the top radiator hose to engine . remove three bolts from housing change thermostat and gasket ,put bolts back in follow the top radiator hose to engine . remove three bolts from housing change thermostat and gasket ,put bolts back in
I have a 94 Audi 100s and the thermostat is located behind the timing belt so you should think about changing the timing belt, water pump, and thermostat. I know this is a horrible desighn but what can we do.
Under the bonnet! You can't miss it!
take passenger whell off and inner then you will locate it
Well it depends on the type of engine you have, but that only has to do with the thermostat's location. The Haynes GM manual #38025 has instructions on how to change the thermostat in section 3-3. Amazon has copies of it dirt cheap.
15.00. for gasket and thermostat
The thermostat housing is held down by two bolts. Remove the bolts, remove the old thermostat. Install new thermostat with a new gasket. Reinstall housing. Fill coolant. Warm engine up, and recheck coolant level.
locate top radiator hose where it connects to the engine. remove hose from engine. the pipe the hose came off of houses the thermostat. ther are 2 bolts holding it youll need a ratchet with an extention and 12 millimeter socket
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Not necessary to drain all coolant, just enough to be able to remove radiator hose from thermostat housing and prevent much leakage.
On the 1994 Lexus 300es, the thermostat is located in the front of the engine. Look for a radiator hose just below the location of the water pump. The thermostat is inside the end of that hose.
The location of the thermostat in a 1994 Corolla 1.8L is in the top radiator hose. The thermostat is in this hose where the hose meets the water pump.
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine. The thermostat is behind the housing that connects the top hose to the engine block.