Crawl under your car on the front drivers side. Follow the lower radiator hose from the radiator to the motor. The thing that the hose is clamped to is the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing bolts to the bottom of the water pump. The water pump is driven by the timing belt.
ok 1990-1994 subaru legacy engines are basically the same the water pump on mine 1991 is located on the thermostat housing on the bottom of the engine on the lower tube off the radiator so find your lower radiator hose follow it is should go to the thermostat and the water pump is on that
it is in front of the engine block under the water pump kinda low on the engine
Check the 1991 Legacy for a stuck thermostat. Check to make sure that the water pump is working properly.
The water pump on a 1991 Subaru Legacy is in the engine compartment. It is found at the base of the engine.
It sounds like your water pump is not circulating the water or the thermostat is stuck closed. The water pump and thermostat are at the front bottom of the engine attached to the bottom radiator hose. You may have a blockage, but that is less likely. To test the thermostat after you have removed it, drop it in a pot of boiling water and see if it opens.
the thermostat is located under the car just follow the big lower radiator hose to the motor and its right there True-- thermostat is located inside the engine part (water pump) where the lower hose attaches to the engine. Be careful with the bolts, use penetrating oil, you do not want to break one. Try to use a Subaru thermostat and gasket-- expensive, but cheaper than an overheated engine, most places do not stock the required thermostat, being an oddball temperatiue (167F), putting in a "regular 195F" thermostat WILL cook your engine. The gasket is really an O-ring affair-- it works nicely. Try not to re-use the old O ring gasket.
It means that the gasket seal on the water pump is bad and you need to replace it before you drive the vehicle.
Water pump is located behind the timing belt cover and is driven by the timing belt. The thermostat is located on the bottom of the engine. Remove the two 10mm bolts from the plastic housing that the lower rad hose is connected to.
Any automobile that is overheating could be from a few different causes. o A bad thermostat o An obstruction in the radiator o A bad water pump
At the lower end of the top radiator hose within the water outlet. I hope this helps you. Mark
Water Leak upper or lower hose Water Pump Failure Thermostat Stuck in Closed Position Blown Head Gasket Fit new radiator cap
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.
The Thermostat is located in the bottom of the water pump. Under the front end on the driver's side, there is a radiator hose running to the corner of the engine. The point where the hose enter the engine is the thermostat housing. It is held on by two bolts.
The thermostat on a BMW 525I is located into the water pomp in the thermostat housing.
in with the timing belt change them at the same time
Go to: http://opposedforces.com/parts/legacy/us_b12/ Select Body Style, Engine Type, Transmission, etc. Go to Cooling System. Select Water Pump; You should find Thermostat, Gasket & applicable part numbers...
Thermostat is located inside water outlet. You have remove the outlet if you want to replace the thermostat.
For the heater core. All cars have them.
If your 1997 Subaru Legacy is the same as My RS-B Twin Turbo?, the Radiator and Overflow bottle have to come out and the Thermostat is at the front of the Engine, down the bottom-just to the right of centre, (Thermostat is inside the bottom radiator hose), - My Thermostat just twisted/pulled out, let all old coolant flush out-put New Thermostat in its place, Radiator and Overflow bottle were put back in and radiator topped up with fresh coolant and water, Overflow was filled to second line as it should be, car was started with heater on full for 5 minutes to disperse any air in water - (note) after adding fresh coolant, add water in Radiator till it can't take anymore-to show its filled properly.
The thermostat is located on the front of the engine. Drain the water from the radiator. Remove the water hose. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
Low coolant cooling fans not working thermostat not opening radiator dirty or plugged water pump not working system "airbound" defective radiator cap hoses collapsing
thermostat is located on engine block. follow top water hose leading to engine. thermostat is located inside the water intake. remove hose. remove water intake(two bolts)housing. replace thermostat. .
The thermostat on your Fox is located on the water pump, on the front of the block at the bottom, your lower radiatoer hose attaches to the thermostat housing.
The thermostat is located inside of the top water hose inlet. Remove the top hose, then the inlet to remove the thermostat.
Thermostat is located in the aluminum housing attached to the water pump. You can easily find it by following the lower radiator hose out of the radiator and going into this housing. There are two bolts that secure the housing to the water pump that once removed will reveal the thermostat. Make sure that you orient the thermostat with the little jiggly thing at the top and use a new rubber gasket around the perimeter of the new thermostat.