it is very hard to do, and too many steps to put on here, but you can go to autozone or kragens and get a haynes repair manual for $15. The repair manual has step by step on how too with illustrations
Drain the radiator. Remove the top hose, and the water inlet. Remove the thermostat from under the inlet, and replace it. Reverse the steps to finish the installation.
Should be located in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Note how thernmostat is installed Clean both surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket Re-install housing Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent an air lock Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level
This is a big job get a manual on your car from the parts store and it will give you tHe propeR steps to change it.
There are way too many steps involved to this procedure to post a response in this forum. Do yourself a favour and buy a chiltons or haynes manual for about $20.
This is a big job. You're going to want a shop manual that gives you all the required steps and photos. Haynes or Chilton will probably do just fine.
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look behind the light bulb and there are some wires coming from behind there grab the wire and turn it, it will unlock and slide out when you pull it make sure you dont tuch the new bulbs glass pull the retaing pin and remove old bulb replace with the same bulb type and reverse the steps above
You need to get the haynes manual for it. It shows detailed pictures as well as steps to follow. They have it at most stores like Canadian tire.
www.autozone.com has a fantastic section on do-it-yourself items and ull find all the steps you need there ---JAS
the thermostat is under the air assembly,monted onto the cylinder head.there are three screws holding the thermostat,remove screws,dissconnet the housing and pull the thermostat out.Assembly is the reverse steps the thermostat is under the air assembly,monted onto the cylinder head.there are three screws holding the thermostat,remove screws,dissconnet the housing and pull the thermostat out.Assembly is the reverse steps
To fix the gas gauge on the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix SE, the steps will vary depending on the problem. First, check the fuses for the instrument panel to see if they are all working. Next, check the float in the gas tank to see if that is bent or damaged. The fuses and float can be replaced if necessary.
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the thermostat is under the air assembly,monted onto the cylinder head.there are three screws holding the thermostat,remove screws,dissconnet the housing and pull the thermostat out.Assembly is the reverse steps In addition to the above, you need to pull out the aluminum tube that slides into the back of the housing and change the large o-ring. This will also aid in pulling out the thermostat housing. Remove the hose clamp, hose and 13mm bolt on the bracket supporting the tube going into the thermostat housing. Remove the 3 10mm nuts holding the housing and remove the thermostat.
its a bit tough but first disconnect the battery.then jack the car up safely.after that remove the two starter mounting bolts and pull the starter out slowly.then unbolt the wires at the starter when the starter is hanging by the wires(carefully)remove the starter and reverse the steps to reinstall the starter and reconnect the battery Here's a writeup on the process. http://hubpages.com/hub/Starter-Removal-1999-Pontiac-Grand-Prix
Those $13.00 repair manuals found at Autozone will cover that very good. They usually pay for themselves on two repair job. IF you have the tools.
The thermostat in a stealth is under the radiator cap,let your car cool down then remove thermostat housing,pull old thermostat make sure the new one is the same as the old one(this is important,auto parts stores screw up alot)remove old thermostat,make sure you also have the gasket for it,replace with new part,put in new gasket and reattach thermostat housing.fill radiator and overflow,run car with radiator cap off to burp air from your cooling system.Run car until bubbles stop or until fan comes on.Top of radiator repalce cap.Your done.The same steps apply for burping vehicle if you are doing a coolant service.
Timing belt replacement is a pretty big job. I'd go to the parts store and pick up a Chilton or Haynes manual.
The thermostat is housed just in front of the water pump. So if you're already replacing the timing belt and water pump you may as well go ahead and change the thermostat too. Otherwise you'll be going through very similar steps again anyway.
Depending on which engine you have, this may vary: The most common solution to this is to do this: 1) Remove the negative battery cable 2) Remove the belt 3) Remove the alternator 4) Remove the water pump (don't pollute, catch all that fluid!) 5) behind the pump is the thermostat 6) follow steps in reverse to put back together **Make sure you CLEAN the gasket for the water pump, and replace it with RTV High-heat silicone (or a new gasket, $3)... **Make sure to refill your coolant...
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