Question about 1996 Buick Century
Make sure car is cool its right by exhust,you may want to buy a stubby 13mm wrench,make sure when you pull housing off use a screwdriver to hold thermostate in place its the only way to get housing out with out removing exhust.good luck
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Loosen the upper radiator hose. This is the hose that connects to top of the radiator to the engine. Loosen the hose on the end that connects to the engine by using a flat-tip screwdriver to loosen the circular clamp.
Remove the hose. Pull the upper radiator hose off the end that connects to the engine. Have a drain pan underneath the hose to catch any coolant that remains in the hose.
Loosen the thermostat housing. Use your ratchet and socket set to loosen the bolts that hold your Mitsubishi's thermostat housing in place. The number of bolts and their locations vary based on your Mitsubishi model
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