First question back is "Why do you need to?" Normally you would just remove the nuts to undo the neck that the thermostat sits behind. If you really do need to remove the studs ... First, put some penetrating oil on the studs. Give it some time to soak in and do it's stuff. Next, I would lock onto the stud with a pair of vice grips. They are screwed in, and should screw out. DO NOT TWIST THE STUD - ROTATE IT ONLY. If you twist you are in danger of breaking it off. If you do that you get to drill it and then use an extractor (also called an "easy out" - nice name, but not always easy). Of course, you can take it in to a machine shop and let them do it! If you want to save the studs screw 2 nuts together at the top of the stud and tighten them together, then put your wrench on the bottom nut and the stud should come out. If the nuts move tighten them until the flat sides are matched and use a deep socket over both nuts to remove it.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. Where it goes into the engine, there will be 2 bolts. These bolts are on the thermostat housing. Remove the upper radiator hose from the housing. Then remove both bolts, and pull out the housing, your thermostat will be in there. It sits freely in the housing, so it might fall out. (You may have to remove 2 nuts that hold the dipstick on to get to the bolts. The nuts are right on the bolts themselves)
remove the 2 bolts that hold the thermostat housing to the intake manifold which the upper radiator hose attaches to the housing then just pull the thermostat out and replace.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the top of the engine. There will be 2 bolts once you have drained the radiator you can remove these bolts that hold the waterneck housing down lift it up, and there will be the thermostat. Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the top of the engine. There will be 2 bolts once you have drained the radiator you can remove these bolts that hold the waterneck housing down lift it up, and there will be the thermostat.
Partially drain the radiator into a container. Remove the upper hose at the engine end. Remove the 2 bolts that hold the thermostat housing and remove the thermostat. Clean both surfaces and install the thermostat, install the housing and the 2 retaining bolts. install the upper radiator hose and top off the coolant. It is located at the engine end of the top radiator hose in the thermostat housing.
Follow your top radiator hose. The thermostat will be in that housing just remove the two bolts that hold it on.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. The thermostat will be located behind the thermostat housing at engine end of upper radiator hose. Drain some coolant into a clean container. Remove upper radiator hose from thermostat housing. Remove the 3 bolts that hold the thermostat housing to engine. Remove thermostat housing. Remove thermostat. Be sure to install the new thermostat facing in the same direction as the old one was.
Their are 2 main bolts that hold on a thermostat housing for an 1987 jeep cheorkee pioneer!!
This is not an easy one to do. If you have nibble fingers, patients and the right tools you can do it. Removing the air filter box off the throttle body and out of the engine compartment will give you a little needed elbow room. Drain down the radiator and remove upper radiator hose from thermostat housing. Remove the two bolts that hold the thermostat housing to the engine. One of the two bolts will be a challenge to get to but it can be done. With bolts removed you can wiggle out the thermostat housing to expose the thermostat. Install in reverse order.
Two 1/2" or 13MM bolts hold it on. But, you may have to move the alternator, or it's bracket to reach them.
first drain the coolant at the bottom drivers side rad follow the top rad hose on drivers side to the motor the housing it is clamped to is the thermostat housing remove the air intake tube & throttle body two bolts hold the housing in place remove them slid the hose and housing out when installing be sure the thermostat is seated or you will break the housing
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To replace the thermostat in a 1994 Acura Legend you will first need to follow the vehicleÕs radiator hose to the area where it connects to the engine. The area of connection is known as the thermostat housing. Squeeze the two tabs on the radiator hose clamp using a pair of pliers and pull the hose off of the thermostat housing. Remove the bolts which hold the lid to the thermostat housing so the housing can be removed. Remove the thermostat and its gasket from the housing. Clean the mating surfaces of the thermostat housing and lid. Place the new thermostat in the housing and attach the gasket making sure that the spring end of the thermostat sits in the housing and the pin is facing out. Put the lid in place and secure it with the proper bolts. Replace the radiator hose on the thermostat housing and reclamp it.
IF YOU FOLLOW THE LOWER RADIATOR HOSE TO THE ENGINE,YOU WILL LOCATE THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING.THERE ARE TWO BOLTS THAT HOLD THE HOUSING ON. THE THERMOSTAT SETS INSIDE THE HOUSING.
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine. The radiator hose connects to a housing that is bolted to the intake manifold. Remove the radiator hose the remove the two bolts that hold down the housing and the thermostat is right there.
Drain the radiator into a container. Remove the upper radiator hose at the engine end. there is 2 bolts in the housing that hold the thermostat. Remove them and the thermostat and clean both surfaces. Install the new thermostat and housing. Install the upper hose and top off the radiator with a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water.
To change the thermostat in a 2002 Nissan Xterra, remove the bolts that hold the cooling fan in place. Lift the fan out of the vehicle and loosen the clamp holding the lower radiator hose to the thermostat housing with a wrench. Remove the thermostat out of the mounting and replace.
Open your hood and locate the upper radiator hose coming from the top of your radiator. this hose should go straight to the thermostat housing. You will need to drain the radiator and remove the hose. there should be three ten millimeter bolts hold it on remove the bolts and replace thermostat.
No. One of the two bolts that hold the thermostat housing to the engine is a challenge.
Follow the upper radiator hose down to the engine. It attaches to the thermostat housing. Usually, two bolts hold the housing onto the engine. More than likely, you will have to remove accessories-alternator-etc. to gain access to the bolts.
With great difficulty. If you have nimble fingers and a good set of tools, you may be able to remove the two bolts that hold the thermostat housing without removing the exhaust pipe.
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.
Follow your upper raidator hose until you find the themostat housing which is the ending point for the hose. Remove the two bolts that hold the housing (you may have to loosen the belt to get to one of the bolts) Remove housing and replace themostat and gasket ( remove any excess gasket that may have been left over ).
Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. The housing the hose connects to hold the thermostat. take the housing loose and remove and replace the thermostat.
The top radiator hose connects to the engine through the thermostat housing. Remove the radiator hose from the housing, remove the two bolts that hold the housing to the block, remove the thermostat from the housing, clean the housing and the block, put a new thermostat in (following the directions for orientation as specified by the box with the spring assembly TOWARD the engine.) Then after you have re-installed the thermostat housing and the radiator hose, add coolant and be on your way. While you're at it, check the radiator and heater hoses for brittle rubber or bulging spots and replace the hose if there is any evidence of damage.
There are a few guidelines that will help you to change a thermostat in a 2000 Silverdo. Remove the clamp and detach the hose on the thermostat and then remove the bolts that hold the thermostat to the manifold and replace it with the new one and screw back the bolts and the clamp.?æ