Possible air lock in the heating pipes. Common after changing thermostat. look for a bleed screw on the heating pipes between the engine and interior, or loosen one of the heater pipes., after engine has warmed up. Run engine to dislodge trapped air.
No. The MASS of the Moon isn't changing; it's just "shrinking" a VERY little.
If the thermostat is exposed but it just won't come out, it might just be stuck with a little gasket sealer. If that's the case, you might need to 'persuade' the thermostat a little.
1996 dodge caravan stops running, I Restarted, run for a little while and stops running again.
Broken thermostat. Common Chrysler problem. Replace the thermostat.
the thermostat is located on the intake manifold @ the end of the upper radiator hose.there is a little housing there with two bolts ,and thermostat is in it!
The thermostat AND HOUSING will cost about $15 at O'reilly auto parts, and may cost a little more or less at other auto parts retailers.Note that the Saturn thermostat is cast into the thermostat housing, so it's a little different than other vehicles that you may have encountered.Labor to replace the thermostat may vary, depending on the shop and local rates.
you should check the oil for signs of moisture, could be head gasket.
The thermostat is located on the driver's side of the engine. The thermostat and thermostat housing is mounted on the lower intake manifold. You should be able to follow the radiator hose up to the housing. It is a little hard to see however. Mike
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It's in the thermostat housing between the actual thermostat and heater hose. Has a little insulated wire coming out of it.
If you're talking about an automotive thermostat and an automotive heater , then you should go with whatever temperature range thermostat the manufacturer originally specified . If you live in an unusually cold climate , you can go up a little on the thermostat heat range during the cold weather .
Thermostat stuck closed, engine overheating, temp gauge running very hot. Thermostat stuck open, little or no heat from heater, temp gauge not moving much off of cold mark.
That is about normal.
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Yes! Thermostat stuck open. Replace thermostat. It could, but the thermostat is normally open when the engine is warm so you should only notice this when the engine is cold or warming up.
The thermostat can be found by following the top radiator hose to where it goes into the block. There is a little half-globe shaped metal housing called the thermostat housing. Within this housing is the thermostat. Almost all thermostats are held in by only two bolts. Remove them, and pull off the housing, and you will find the thermostat.
Follow the radiator hose back to the engine block. There are two hoses, but only one ends in a casting that bolts to the engine; that's the thermostat. The thermostat is a little different than other vehicles, since it is cast into the thermostat housing. You'll need to replace the entire housing since you can't buy just the thermostat.
I have 95 cavbalier new heater cor new thermostat puts out very little heat any suggestions
Locate the radiator. Locate the upper radiator hose. Follow it to where it connects to the motor. That's where your thermostat is. In the little housing that your upper radiator hose connects to.
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The thermostat is located under the radiator cap. Take the cap off and there will be a little metal thing. Pull it out and there it is. The thermostat is located under the radiator cap. Pull the cap off and there will be a metal thing. Pull that out and there it is.
i have an 89 jeep wrangler ant the thermostat is located right on the front of the engine where the radiator hose goes to the engine their is two bolt es you take off and the little piece comes off ant the thermostat is right their
It looks like a little yellow engine.
on my 03 carava there is a little button on the bottom where it slides into the seat