Got coolant? Thermostat stuck closed? It could be the head gasket if you are very low on coolant and you cannot figure out where the coolant is going.
The thermostat for the cooling system can be found on the front of the engine. You can follow the bottom radiator hose to the thermostat housing. The thermostat will be within the thermostat housing.
It is an in line thermostat and is housed in a 'plastic ball' in the bottom radiator hose.
Cooling system thermostat is at the bottom of the engine. Look for the lower radiator hose and trace it back to where it attaches to the engine block. Bingo!
The thermostat for a 2003 4.7 is at the end of the bottom hose not the top. The 2003 4.7 is the only one at the bottom. You have to undo the bottom hose from the engine and the gasket is the rubber around the thermostat and the spring goes on the engine side. 1. Drain cooling system and dispose of coolant properly. 2. Remove lower hose from entry at thermostat housing connected at engine block and remove thermostat housing. 3. Remove old thermostat and replace with new thermostat spring side on engine side, there is also a tab that aligns with thermostat housing to prevent improper installation. 4. Replace thermostat housing. 5. Replace lower radiator hose. 6. Fill cooling system with manufacture directed coolant and check for leaks. 7. Run engine until thermostat opens and bleed air from cooling system.
The thermostat, on your 1992 Mazda, can be found on the front bottom portion of the engine. You can follow the water hose from the bottom of the radiator to the thermostat.
the cooling compartment in a freezer is at the bottom because most people there is more heat at the bottom then at the top of a freezer
The thermostat housing is on the bottom radiator hose under the battery. The battery and bottom hose will have to be removed, then the thermostat housing can be unbolted to remove the thermostat.
The thermstat is on the bottom hose. The flow of water is opposite of most other cars. Don't forget to bleed the cooling system when you fill it back up.
The 2003 Subaru thermostat is located inside of the thermostat housing, on the front of the engine. The thermostat will be near the bottom of the engine.
It is located at the bottom of the engine. It's the hose coming off of the bottom of the radiator. The thermostat is located at the other end of that hose, next to the engine on the thermostat housing.
The thermostat is located on the front bottom of the engine. You can follow the radiator water hose from the radiator to the thermostat.
Thermostat is in a plastic "ball" on the bottom radiator hose.
On most cars the thermostat is on the top hose, but not this one. Find the bottom large hose and trace it up, there you will find three bolts to remove the lower cup that holds the thermostat. Be carfull because the uperhose has water in it, and your working right below it.
The 2003 Nissan thermostat is located inside of the thermostat housing. You can follow the bottom radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing.
The 2001 Mitsubishi Gallant thermostat is located inside of the thermostat housing. You can follow the bottom radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing.
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Follow the top radiator hose from radiator header tank across to where it meets the thermostat housing. the thermostat is inside this metal housing. you will need to disconnect the top radiator hose and unbolt the housing to remove thermostat. For the V6 motor, the thermostat is actually at the end of the BOTTOM radiator hose, adjacent to the intake assembly. TOP IS WRONG!!!!!!! on the 4 cyl. It is on the bottom radiator hose. take out 2 bolts on the housing, it is right there. I removed the passenger side cooling fan to get better access. I do not know where it is on a 6 cyl. though. Glad I could help!
Follow the bottom hose to the thermostat housing on the front side of the engine.
Your top hose of the radiator should go the thermostat housing. The bottom hose should go to the water pump housing.
The cooling fan inside the computer draws in cold air from the bottom of the case - and expels warm air from the top.
You can find the thermostat in your VW on the front of the engine. You can follow the bottom radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing.
The thermostat is located on the bottom right hand side of the engine. You can follow the top radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing.
follow your bottom radiator hose to the thermostat housing remove the 2 10mm screws and there is the thermostat
Directly behind the distributor, follow your bottom radiator hose right to it. That is the thermostat houseing, the thermostat is inside
If your standing in front of the car, follow the big tube coming off the right side top of the radiator and the thermostat is inside the metal that the tube connects too. There should be only two bolts and the bottom one you should just have to loosen not take out. mas