If you are wanting to see hose routing, then go to the dealership parts dept and ask them to bring up the pictures of the hoses on their computer and print it out for you. Other than that, I dont know what you mean by diagram. I have been working on cars for 20 years and have never seen a cooling system diagram specific to a particular car. There are only generic ones that I know of.
It depends on the vehicle. However, where the thermostat sits in the cylinder head or top hose, most vehicles only require a partial drain.
The thermostat is mounted in the cooling outlet housing on a 1967 Lincoln Continental 7.6 liter 8-cylinder model. Just follow the upper radiator hose to where it meets the engine.
Cooling fan switches can be located on the radiator or the thermostat housing.
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.
You have to manually select the heating, and cooling mode located on your thermostat.
For a 1995 Ford Escort , 1.9 liter four cylinder engine : Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the engine The hose connects to the engine cooling thermostat housing ( the thermostat is inside the housing )
Turn it on with thermostat
only if you have an auto switchover thermostat
If you follow the top radiator hose from the radiator you will see where it connects to the engine cooling thermostat housing on top of the engine intake manifold . The engine cooling thermostat is under the thermostat housing
In a wet cylinder liner the coolant of the engine runs in a space between the liner and the engine block. This gives excellent cooling, but is quite tricky to make good seal, particularly at the crank end of the cylinder. In a dry liner the coolant runs in channels in the block, and the liner is only like a sleeve stuck in a metal hole. Poorer cooling, but an easier build.
The thermostat tries to control the heating and cooling in you home to maintain a comfortable or energy efficient temperature.
Some users report problems such as cooling not working, or accidentally frying an essential piece in the thermostat.
Replace the thermostat and service the cooling system.
Could be a stuck open thermostat.
A cooling thermostat only will be normally open, closing on the rise of temperature. A Heat only thermostat will be a normally open, close on the fall of temperature.
Simply bypass the cooling fan thermostat .G
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water supply line to the thermostat. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Remove the thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
The normal operating temperature is always dependent on the thermostat in other words a 195 degree thermostat will give you near 195 degrees temperature anything different will be a problem with either the cooling system or the temperature gauge
the thermostat is located in the housing where the top radiator hose enters the engine. Note: there is also a brass screw on the top of the housing, this is to bleed the air from the cooling system when you replace the thermostat (or do other cooling system repairs)
There are two thermometers in this kind of thermostat. The one in the cover displays the temperature. The other, in the top layer of the thermostat, controls the heating and cooling systems.
Drain the water from the cooling system. Remove the water hose from the thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Remove the thermostat. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Replace your thermostat whenever you replace the coolant and service the cooling system. Also replace it if you suspect it is sticking.
your thermostat in the cooling system is probably stuck open, you will need to replace your thermostat
Most vehicles locate that sensor close to the thermostat housing.