Facing the engine, to your left, on top of the engine where the hose comes out of the engine and goes to the radiator.
Should be a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
look at the top of your radiator, foolow the hose coming from the top back to the housing bolted onto the right side of the engine, the thermostat is located under that housing.
You have to take off the front end of the engine, as if you were replacing the timing belt and water pump, huge effort for a thermostat.
follow the top hose from the radiator to the engine this will terminate in an aluminum housing secured with two/three bolts the thermostat will be in this housing.
where is the thermostat
probly just a vaccum hose If it is a turbo, it could be cooling line for the turbo.
How do you blow a engine turbo.
A twin turbo engine is an engine wielding two turbochargers.
Follow the top water house connection from the radiator towards the engine. When that hose seems to connect to the engine block, there will also be the thermostat. One has to remove the water hose of course to see it or replace it.
No, the turbo is powered by the exhaust and uses no engine power.
it's located on the right hand side of the engine unde the intake manifold and behind the alternator. there is a black plastic housing that does not appear to be large enough to hold the thermostat, but it is.
Turbo charger is better It depends on the application. A supercharger provides quicker boost from a stop, but it also takes engine power to turn it. A turbocharger has a delay from a stop, but does not rob power from the engine.
The thermostat is electronically controlled, and if faulty will set off the cel. it is located on the drivers side of the engine block, directly beneath the intake manifold.
The 1.8 turbo is more powerfull. The turbo charger pushes more air and fuel into the engine.
a non-turbo engine will not hold up to the turbos you will have to put in hardened internals
I was looking at one of Fords websites and it shows : For a 1994 Ford F-350 , 7.3L DIESEL : IDI ( non turbo and turbo ) It takes the ( Motorcraft FL-784 engine oil filter ) DI turbo - It takes the ( FL-1995 )
it takes 7 quarts. 15w40 preferably.
You did not specify as to the year. If it does not have a distributor then the computer takes care of it.
2jzgte (Turbo) or 2jzge (Non Turbo) vvti engine
no...they are different...it wont fit the block of a non turbo 4d56 engine...
Well, the turbo charged car has a turbo hooked up to the engine. What a turbo basically does is to force feed the engine with more air + fuel, making it possible to get more power out of a smaller engine.
If it is, there'll be a turbocharger in the engine compartment.
no, you have to fit a turbo box to a turbo engine, a 1.9el box will not fit a 1.9 turbo engine, it has to be a turbo box to engine, notting else will fit, hope tis helps