Try a chiltons manual. they have all the procedures you should need to remove and replace the engine, as well as step by step instructions to rebuild or repair certain parts of it if needed. the most important thing to remember is where each part you remove goes, the bolts that were used (group each set in a bag to help you) and try to take lots of pictures from lots of angles to help you remember part locations. this vehicle may require you to possibly remove the transmission with the engine, due to the front wheel drive setup. if you have any questions, email me at email@example.com
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Check where the top radiator hose comes into the rad.Trace it back to the motor, it should be right there at that end of the hose. Because when the vehicule heats up, the thermostat opens up and the top rad hose gets warm to the touch. Some cars have them turned on the side instead of horizontal.
The termostat is easy to locate and replace on any car. What you need to do is look for the TOP radiator hose and follow it back to the engine block. Where it ends you will see this hose clamped to an inlet pipe which is bolted to the engine's intake manifold. Remove the two bolts that hold this inlet pipe in place and there you will find the thermostat. Ypu can buy a repalcement thermostat at any auto parts store. To install the new thermostat, simply do the reverse procesure described above. a new thermostat will cost about $5.