Remove all the bolts in the housing. Two are a little difficult, one is under the distributor and needs removed with a pivot extension or similar flex wrench. The other is under the heater supply pipe to remove this one you first must remove the bolt holding the heater supply line. The bolt holding the heater supply line is attached to the block behind the distributor (not the same bolt as under the distributor). Once the bolt holding the supply line to the block is removed the supply line can be wiggled out (just a o ring holds it now). Once the line is removed the last bolt is accessible for removal. Also the 2 electrical connections must be disconnected along with removing the thermostat inlet cover. Once all this is done the unit can be wiggled off the inlet pipe which is in back of the housing ( all that is holding it now is the o ring in back). Once free from that water pipe (which goes to the water pump and passes under the intake manifold) there is one more line that goes to the heater core that needs wiggled free. This line is also held by a o ring and will separate with a little wiggling of the housing. The housing is now free and can be slipped out from behind the hoses and wires. A leak can develop from the o ring in back this will leak down from on top of the transmission and is probably why you want to remove the housing) . If replacing this o ring make sure you sand the seat clean and use a good RTV sealant on and around the o ring.
You pry it out.
Where Top Radiator Hose Connects To Engine. Remove Hose From Thermostat Housing. That Is Where The Hose Is Clamped On. Then Remove The Housing And There You Will Find The Thermostat.
The thermostat is located inside of the thermostat housing. It is on top of the motor where the top radiator hose connects. you will have to disconnect the hose to remove the thermostat housing.
The thermostat housing on a Chrysler 302.7 L engine can be removed by loosening the 3 housing bolts. Remove the water hose and the housing will come off. Reverse the process to replace with a new housing.
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.
generally the thermostat is located in the housing where the top radiator hose connects to engine.to change thermostat,you dump coolant,remove radiator hose from this housing.then remove housing,remove thermostat, install new one(making sure it is facing right way up).then replace housing, replace hose.fill with coolant
The thermostat is located in the housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine.Remove the 2 bolts and remove the thermostat.
The thermostat is inside the intake manifold. The upper radiator hose connects to the thermostat housing (on the engine side,not the radiator). Remove the hose, then remove the two bolts holding the housing and there is your thermostat.
The thermostat is under the housing that the top radiator hose connects to, remove the hose then the housing and change the thermostat. The bolts are metric so be prepared with the proper tools.
Open the bonnet, Follow the top coolant hose (On the passanger side of the car) from the radiator to the point where it connects to the engine, The housing that this hose connects too is the housing for the thermostat. Remove the two retaining bolts and the thermostat will be accessible.
Remove the thermostat housing. where is, and how do i remove the housing
Remove the hose from the thermostat housing then remove the housing and then the thermostat.
The thermostat is on the top-right of the engine toward the front. The upper raditor hose connects to it. MAKE SURE the engine is cold before attempting to remove the thermostat. There are 2 bolts which secure the thermostat housing. Remove the bolts, remove the thermostat housing and the thermostat sits right underneath. Reach in and remove it. There some good pictures at this link to help locate the thermostat housing..http://www.autoclinix.com/Manifold2.htm
To replace a thermostat on a 2005 Chrysler Sebring first drain the coolant from the vehicles radiator, the engine must be shut off during this repair. Then follow the main radiator line to the thermostat housing. Remove the housing and replace the thermostat inside. Refill the coolant.
To replace the thermostat on a Chrysler Pacifica, first locate the thermostat housing just behind the alternator. Remove the two bolts holding this on, then remove the old thermostat. Replace with a new thermostat and thermostat gasket. The put the bolts back in and tighten down. Make sure to check the antifreeze levels after this project.
Drain radiator, Remove the big steel shroud, remove hoses...remove oil filter to gain access to thermostat housing, remove housing....you must use an OEM seal, not an aftermarket gasket...might as well change the oil too....
follow your lower radiator hose to where it connects to the engine block remove that hose and there u go thermostat will be inside the thermostat housing right underneath
The thermostat is under the housing that the upper hse and rad cap attach to. To change the thermostat you have to remove upper intak plenumn to access t-stat housing.once the thermostat is installed do the system need to be purged.
Almost all thermostats are located at the motor where the top radiator hose connects to the motor. Drain the coolant, remove the 2 bolts in the thermostat housing, replace the thermostat, and replace the housing and refill the radiator.
Follow the top radiator hose over to the engine and where it connects to the thermostat housing. There should be two bolts holding the housing to the motor. Remove the housing and replace the thermostat and gasket. The larger side of the thermo goes in the engine.
Remove the water supply line to the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and replace it with the new thermostat.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator towards the engine. The upper radiator hose is connected to the thermostat housing on the engine side. The thermostat is under/inside the thermostat housing. Remove the upper radiator hose from the housing then remove the two bolts holding down the thermostat housing then remove the thermostat housing to expose the thermostat.
Remove the water supply hose from your 1987 Chevy Astro thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Remove the old thermostat and drive in the new thermostat.
The black radiator hose comes out of the upper left of the radiator. Follow it to where it connects to the engine block at the top center of the engine. It is just to the left of the ignition coil. That is the thermostat housing. Remove the bolts holding the housing, and the thermostat will be there.
Remove the water supply hose from the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The thermostat will lift out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.