Most thermostats are located in the thermostat housing which is at the lower end of the large top radiator hose.
Follow the upper rad hose from the rad to the engine and at the engine there is a thermostat housing. When replacing the thermostat, make sure the spring goes toward the engine. The thermostat is located under the rad. cap from the top rad hose..
Thermostat housing diagram for a 2000 Pontiac grand am?
The thermostat is located in the housing where the top radiator hose connects to the engine. You will have to disconnect the hose and unbolt the housing to get to the thermostat.
Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine. Where it meets the engine there is the thermostat in the housing. Make sure you install the spring TOWARD the engine when replacing it. GoodluckJOe
I found out where it goes. Open your rad cap and just drop it in. I hope this helps someone else. Annette
Probably in a housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
It's up on the thermostat housing. Follow your upper rad hose to the thermostat housing.
Remove the thermostat housing screws and separate the housing, exsposing the thermostat and coolant, remove old thermostat and gasket. Reinstall new thermostat, gasket and coolant.
The termostat in the 3.1l is located in a housing in the lower intake manifold. The upper rad hose is conected to the thermostat housing.
At the point where the upper radiator hose clamps to the engine is the thermostat housing. Inside is the thermostat.
Follow the top radiator hose, to where it intersects with the motor. This would be the thermostat housing. Remove this, and the thermostat will be exposed.
2004 Pontiac thermostat Service and Repair 2004 Pontiac Thermostat Replacement 2004 Pontiac Removal Procedure : 1. If equipped with an automatic transmission, remove the exhaust manifold. 2. Drain the cooling system. 3. Remove the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolts. 4. Remove the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe. 5. Remove the thermostat. Installation Procedure 1. Install the thermostat. 2. Install the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe. Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. 3. Install the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolt. ^ Tighten the thermostat housing to water pump feed pipe bolt to 10 Nm (18 inch lbs.). 4. If equipped with an automatic transmission, install the exhaust manifold. 5. Fill the cooling system.
It's in the intake near the throttle body and EGR. Follow the upper radiator hose to it's end away from the radiator. Remove hose from thermostat housing. Stick finger in hold to feel thermostat. Remove 2 bolts if replacing thermostat.
It is on the intake manifold near the thermostat housing.
Follow the upper raditor hose from the raditor to the motor, the raditor hose is connected to the thermostat housing, take the houseing off, the thermostat is under the housing.
Yes, the spring always faces the engine.
Is the engine a 3.1? If so it is easist to remove the crossover pipe, then the thermostat housing.
Follow the upper radiator hose the the engine. The thermostat is located under the housing at the end of the hose.
Look where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine and you should find the thermostat housing.Look where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine and you should find the thermostat housing.
To replace the thermostat on a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am 3.1, first disconnect the negative battery terminal and loosen the clamp on the radiator hose. Next, remove the mounting bolts from the thermostat housing and insert the new thermostat.
The 1999 Pontiac Bonneville thermostat is located on the front of the engine, near the bottom. You can follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the thermostat housing.
Follow the upper radiator hose back to the engine. It should be connected to the thermostat housing. The thermostat is under there.Take Care,Greg
follow the top radiator hose to the engine. that is where your thermostat is. you will have to drain the radiator, remove the engine side of the hose and remove the thermostat housing to access it. remove thermostat clean mating surface of housing and engine, install thermostat, install housing, secure radiator hose, fill with coolant. start engine and check for leaks.
Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from radiator Follow the upper radiator hose to engine compartment - should end at thermostat housing Remove 2 mounting bolts Remove housing Clean both surfaces Replace gasket Re-Install housing Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent "airlock" Start engine Watch for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Check coolant level