the part with the spring goes towards the motor,
behind the radiator
The thermostat is in the radiator. Open the radiator lid and pull the thermostat out.
thermostat is located under radiator cap!
Most thermostats are located in the thermostat housing which is at the lower end of the large top radiator hose.
the code for a free sunbird is sososunbird776. there you go
Probably in a housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
AnswerI have a 93 sunbird. The thermostat is located right under the radiator cap. Wait for the car to cool down. remove the radiator cap. you will see an aluminum bar pull the bar out and that is your thermostat. top off the coolant before installing the new thermostat. put the new thermostat in. push on it a little bit to make sure you get a good seal and then replace the radiator cap. That is all there is to it. the thermostat on these cars is really easy to change and i have done it several times.
The thermostat is located inside the radiator. Remove the radiator cap and pull the thermostat up. Remember to put the replacement thermostat in the same position push the new thermostat down in the radiator. The O-ring gasket will automatically seal.
at the end of the top hose from the radiator under that ball like connection to the head
follow the hose from the radiator top to the radiator fill cap....undo the cap and you will see the thermostat sitting right there...pull up on the metal kind of handle and the thermostat is out!! lane
you have to go to raven wood go to bernie the fire tree talk to him and you'll find the sunbird (and various other things)
If it gets to hot the thermostat wont work. you need to repace it and the gauge will work again.
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..
Stuck thermostat, clogged radiator.
Thermostat is probably stuck in the open position or the system was not bled properly. Bleed the system properly and if it still exhibits the same symptoms, replace the thermostat. You may have purchased a bad new one.
your thermostat is most likely stuck open. replace it ,,before ol' man winter comes!
The card/package that the thermostat came in should have installation instructions. For lack of instructions, install the pointed (longest) end of the thermostat toward the engine block. I think this will work for you, but be prepared to invert it if the engine starts to overheat. Always keep the packaging of any item you buy that requires assembly or installation as most of the time the instructions will be somewhere on the package. Good luck.
I just replaced the thermostat and gave the coolant system a flush and replaced the prestone. Seems to have done the job.
It MAY help with the overheating problem....but you really need to find out why it's overheating. Blown head gasket, stuck thermostat, bad water pump, fan not coming on, etc.
go to the pet store in marleybone
fuse,or dimmer swich!
Yes. It's the new transformer.
I just had my head replaced and cracked my thermo housing when trying to find the leak prior to. The dealer wanted $88.00 for the thermo housing, it is a dealer only part. Thermostat is only about $10.00.