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I have a Daewoo Lanos which needs a new thermostat installing, which way up does it go into the housing?

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The same as you would in any other car. Drain the old coolant out, replace the thermostat, flush the system, install a 50/50 mix of the coolant recommended in your owner's manual.

There is a drain plug on the drivers side under the car, its right under the trans cooler lines, 2 lines to be exact, you can just unscrew it by hand because there is like a handle to it!!!

good luck.

Posted on Oct 26, 2008


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