Question about Toyota Celica
Remove the upper hose from the radiator to the engine head, on the head end where the hose clamps to there are two size twelve bolts take those out and theres the thermostat pull out by hand easily if not tap it out, scrap off the old gasket on the head and hose bib, place new thermostat in and new gasket and bolt on. (note) if you don't have a new gasket some high temp silicone will work fine. put hose back on and you should be all good.
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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