Just curious, do you need to drain the coolant from the radiator first, or refill whatever was lost during and replacement?
Thanks for your support for sharing your video. I will try your method to replace my thermostat. Keep up the good work.
How hard is taking off the white power steering pressure switch connector. I unclipped little butterfly part and its still tough to take off. I dont want to yank it too hard and add another problem
Approx how many liters or gallons of fluid are needed to refill after this procedure? Any help will be much appreciated thanks!
Is there enough clearance to take out the thermostat bolts using only hand tools? No air ratchet thanks.
I had to replace intake manifold and yes i have perfect clearance to the thermostat.
Did u have to put gasket sealer on thermostat? Or did u just use the gasket the thermostat came with and keep attached then put back in?
Is it necessary to go under the car like that? Is this possible all from the top?
Good video man. Get straight and get out right to the point no b. S i like it thanks
I did it without removing belt, took me min.
Thanks a lot it took me like mints to do it
Would it easier to take off the intake manifold
How much coolant do you think leaks out? I m debating getting or gallons of non diluted coolant
What would a shop charge for replacing the thermostat? Parts and labor.
Great video, very helpful thank you.
Thanks very helpful