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How to change the thermostat on an audi a4 - 1996 Audi A4

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Follow the top radiator hose to the engine and youll find a clamp at the end of it. take the clamp off and pull the hose loose and youll find the housing for the thermostat its held in by 2 bolts and then you can pull the housing loose and chance the thermostat.make sure to get a new gaasket and clean off all the old gasket material before you install the new one

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