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My thermostat housing on 2007 chvy optra (suzuki forenza) leaks can i substtute it?

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  • dennis brown Dec 16, 2008

    well i have to replace it .only where i live in jamaica (caribbean)

    the sole dealer doesnt stock d part

    i have done a temporary repairs with exopy but ined to find a replacement / substiute..

    any kno if the jeep housing willl work ?



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Yes you must change it or have seals checked.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • Richard Karaitiana Dec 16, 2008

    Sorry,but you don,t have much choice,you need to get the proper part,I wouldn,t advise putting the jeep one on and it probably won't fit anyway.Shipping in the proper part is your only option.



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