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Replacing the thermostat.

I had a test ran, and it says I need to replace the thermostat, years ago I replaced one in my Mustang but I am well aware a lot has changed since then. Is it a lot tougher to change one in a newer vehicle?

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No they are basicly a do it youself item

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