Question about 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext
It looks like I have to remove everything mounted to drivers side of the engine to get to the thermostat. Can you tell me what all needs to be removed and/or is there an easier way?
Most if not all repair manuals for vehicles these days covers replacing the thermostat. Your best solution is to puchase one of these manuals for your vehicle from the local automotive supply store (autozone, petboys.. )
Now while i don't know your particular vehicle, i can make the safe assumption that you will need to remove the pump (or housing on the pump) to swap out the thermostat. Mostly this involves removing the housing bolts, and simlpy removing the outlet block, and replace the thermostat / gasket (if required) and replace everything.. .
again, this is not a howto guide, just from recollection. Your best, and safest bet is to get the manual, and follow it. They are usually pretty easy to replace inless you have one of those foriegn jobbies..
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