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Replace thermostat on 2006 chevy colorado 4x4

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find where top hose comes from the radiator into the engine block, then drain some of the coolant out and remove hose and thermostat from the block. remember which way the termostat sits in the block and install new one. its always a good idea to flush your cooling system before putting in a new thermostat. if the old one was plugged up, the gunk thats in your system will just plug up the new one in time too. you can get a bottle of radiator flush from most auto parts stores.

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You didn't list your engine size so please pick the applicable to your motor size:

Removal & Installation 2.8L & 2.9L Engines To Remove:

  1. Lift the vehicle high enough to gain access to the knock sensor (KS) through the left front wheelhouse.
  2. Remove the left front wheel and wheelhouse liner.
Knock sensor (KS) (A), Engine harness (B), Knock sensor (KS) connector (C)


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  1. Disconnect the knock sensor (KS) connector.
  2. Detach the knock sensor (KS) from the engine block.
To Install:
  1. Attach the knock sensor (KS) to the engine block.
    • Tighten the bolt to 18 ft lbs (25 Nm).
  2. Connect the knock sensor (KS) connector.
  3. Install the left front wheelhouse liner and wheel.
  4. Fully lower the vehicle.

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Clean all the electrical connections you can get to under the hood with automotive electronics cleaner,dry with compressed air and pack each connector with di-electric grease.

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find where top hose comes from the radiator into the engine block, then drain some of the coolant out and remove hose and thermostat from the block. remember which way the termostat sits in the block and install new one. its always a good idea to flush your cooling system before putting in a new thermostat. if the old one was plugged up, the gunk thats in your system will just plug up the new one in time too. you can get a bottle of radiator flush from most auto parts stores.

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