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Thermostat replacement need to locate the thermostat and replace it .

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The thermostat on the Celica S series block (3S, 5S) is generally located right behind the alternator, and is super simple to change. Drain the radiator to below the point of the thermostat, undo the two bolts holding the housing in place, remove old thermostat and gasket material. Replace with new gasket, and new thermostat, bolt back in place, refil rad, run to get the bubbles out, and good to go!!

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Go to www.autozone.com and look in the compounts list for that year car and it will tell you excatly wher it is located.

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SOURCE: locating and replacing a thermostat on a 1991 camry

You upper radiator hose connects to a flange w/ 2 screws on the engine. Unscrew the two bolts, i believe it's a 10mm, or a 12mm. Once opened, the thermostat should be there. Keep note of the orientation so you have no problems when putting a new one in.

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