Question about 1988 Jaguar XJ6
I need to replace in a 88xj6
It is in the housing below the engine coolant filler cap, at the inlet manifold.
You will have to remove the top hose, and slacken bypass hose to the water pump, and remove the 2 bleed hoses on top.
There are 2 bolts and a, stud that secure the housing, take care with the bolts they sometimes snap in the inlet manifold, bearing that its 2Oyrs old now,
You will need to replace the gasket on the housing along with the thermostat.
I see you posted this on the 18th Dec, so maybe you know all this by now ?
Good Luck !
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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