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Hi names nate, im an apprentice inboard outboard mech by trad. We just hit the low minusus here and my 90 stanza 2.4 l is not heating up so im just wondering the best way to get at the thermostat, wich ive found so far to be off the water pump.Also is there any tricks t help me do this as quick as possible.

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Get the gasket and the thermostat ... winter temp thermostat ... tho summer should be fine.... two bolts hold the housing on to the engine block... remove them .... clean off any of the old gasket... make sure you put the thermostat in the proper way... i believe the part that heats up goes toward the motor but check on that.... some do and some don't but i would apply some gasket goo and then bolt it back up. start it up.... check the level of the antifreeze and add if necessary... check for leaks..... put the rad cap back on after it's heated enough that water is flowing.... as it builds up pressure ... check for leaks again.... i've left this for last but it should be first.... drain some of the antifreeze before you start the job.... doesn't have to be all of it.

after a few cycles of heating up... check that the bolts are still tight and that there are no leaks... remember one thing... antifreeze will leak where water wouldn't.

Robert

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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