Question about 2001 Chrysler Voyager
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Break free 2 bolts on thermostat housing, loosen hose going into housing and clamp, it will leak some antifreeze. Once the housing is taken off block clean off old gasket material from both surfaces. The block and housing, be careful not to scratch the surfaces. No sharp pointy objects, aluminum is soft. Then take the old thermostat out and put in the new one. Put gasket in place ,align housing and put , bolts in by hand first, so it doesn't cross thread. Just snug bolts and top off system with antifreeze . Start engine ,put on heat and run until thermostat opens. Check for leaks, tighten bolts 1/4 turn should be fine. Add antifreeze in overflow bottle if needed.
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