On V6 models, the knock sensor is located on the front (radiator) side of the engine block above the oil filter.
pistons in every engine are located in the block
drain coolant from radiator, remove one of the frost plugs in engine block, install block heater in place of frost plug, refill radiator with coolant.
goes from the top of the radiator to the engine block, joins usually at the thermostat
It is located on the end of the lower radiator hose connected to the engine block.
The best way to identify your motor is to use the casting numbers on the drivers side rear of the block, behind the cylender head. The cylender head casting numbers may help too, they are located under the valve cover.
it is located on the side of the engine block.
They are located in the engine block and in the heads.
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine block. The thermostat is usually behind the housing that connects the radiator hose to the engine block. To be more specific Its on a housing on the passenger side of the engine block.
The knock sensor is located on the front (radiator) side of the engine block above the oil filter The knock sensor is located on the front (radiator) side of the engine block above the oil filter
The water coolant on a BMW 525d is located in the radiator hoses, radiator and engine block. It is circulated via a pump which helps cool and maintain engine temperature.
follow the radiator hose to the engine, right where the hose meets the block is where the thermostat is located. Its on the the front of the engine
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine block. The point where the hose connects to the engine is where the thermostat is typically located.
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine block. The thermostat is inside the housing where the radiator hose connects to the block.
The thermostat on a 4.7L is located where the lower radiator hose hooks the engine. The thermostat is located under the housing where the lower radiator hose hooks to the block.
It is located on the engine block where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine. To get at it you need to remove the serpentine belt and alternator.
According to the Haynes manual, the thermostat is located by follwing the lower radiator hase from the radiator back to the engine. The housing for the thermostat is bolted on the side of the engine block facing the radiator.
If you are talking about the small block V-8 Chevy engine, there is a small flat pad with an engine id number located on the block, in front and below the passengers side cylinder head. Using that number, visit web Chevrolet engine identification sites to determine which engine you have.
Follow the upper radiator hose back to the engine the point at which the upper radiator hose connects should be a block on the engine held on with either 2 or 3 bolts thermostat should be inside the block. BTW what engine.
I do not know Fiestas but usually thermostat is located in the hose that runs from the upper part of the radiator to the engine block right near the engine block. HTH
I think you have to follow the lower radiator hose to the engine block.
locate the upper radiator hose on your radiator and follow it to the engine block it is located on the top front part of your engine and you must lean over the front and look down onto the block to see the thermostat housing.
Follow the lower radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. It terminates into a device that bolts onto the engine block. Remove this device and the thermostat will be inside.
on the water pump. follow the top hose from your radiator. it attaches to the block at the thermostat housing.