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The square yellow lid is the filler for the radiator. Do not put the wrong type in, it is important you add the right color/type of anti-freeze. If not sure, just add water for now, and find out what kind to add later. Many anti freezes ARE NOT interchangeable.
. remove it and test it in some water. put water in a pot and use a thermometer. hang the thermostat in the water so that the lid is level with the water. Heat the water and watch the thermostat and thermometer. when the temperature reaches around 85 degrees c the lid should be starting to open and be fully open at around 95 c. If it does this then the unit is ok If it is not fully open at 98c throw it in the bin and get a new one . When installing place the body of the unit into the head water or block water as if you have it the other way around there will be no water for it to sense the heat and open accordingly.
Did you check the lid of the cooling system? Has it got the original lid on? If you put some 2 bars of pressure onto the cooling system while cold, would you be able to find a leakage? Did you check the waterpump? The could be most probably some water leakage ore traces of that unter the waterpump inbetween inner and outer bearing.
Yes and no, at most auto parts stores they usually use the term "water outlet" to refer to the upper portion, the lid if you will, of the thermostat housing. This is the part that the upper radiator hose connects to. It looks like this:
Most times shops and parts stores use these terms interchangeably though. The thermostat in your car sits in whats called a water box, which the coolant temperature sensor connects into and is capped in by the housing/water outlet. I would just ask, if you are being told by a shop, if you just need the piece that connects to the radiator hose and bolts over the thermostat or if you need the the outlet and the water box.
WELL YOU SHOULD HAVE 50/50 WATER AND ANTIFREEZE MIXTURE ADD MORE ANTIFREEZE.SOUND LIKE CAR LOW IN COOLANT.FILL RADIATOR UP RUN CAR TO THERMOSTAT OPEN ADD MORE COOLANT IN RADIATOR UNTIL COOLANT LEVEL STOPS.IF CAR STILL OVER HEAT REPLACE THERMOSTAT AND PRESSURE CAP.
Heading towards the front right on the engine by the water pump belt spin, leading to the 3 very thick tubing (sitting on top). The header tank lid open. Then disconnect the lowest of the three tubes, but assume a prior trough. Cooling water can expire. Then unscrew the lid, which was connected just deducted this hose. If two Sechskantaschrauben SW10. Among them sits the thermostat, pull them.
remove the thermostat and add water in the block till it's full, drill a 1/16 inch hole in yhr thermostat and put it back in and add fluid it will fill, some thermostat hosings havea plug on them to let out air or burp the system.