Question about Jeep Compass
HOw to change,? Out. R&R the STAT
no year, no engine option size stated.
so will do the generic answer, ive done this 3 times, now. here.
1: open hood.
2: see RAD (radiator)?
3: see top hose?, (called the return hose on most cars)
4: follow it to the thermostat housing, bingo, OFF the housing.
put back new SATat, (id run the hottest version for best MPG)
with the wax side to the water jackets.
and put jiggle bleed pin, up hill , (varies by engine design)
use the correct gasket for your engine size and year.
use anti seize lube on the bolts. use torque rating in book, minus 15%
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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