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Temperture gauge at hot coolant is full


You may need to replace the thermostat or water pump, even flush out the system. Best thing to do is to flush out the system with radiator flush and follow the instructions and replace the oil antifreeze with new one with a 50/50 mix (water/antifreeze), if you not sure how to do that you can buy them premixed. Next is to replace the thermostat and radiator cap, that should fix the problem. The last thing would be the water pump is weak and would need to be replaced but lets start with the simple., The other thing to if it's only hot when your at a stop light then check the fuse and relays and wire harness to your radiator fan to make sure it's working. If you turn on your A/C that would over ride the temperature sensor and activate the fans so you know that is working, so if's running hot all the time even when your driving, replace the thermostat and coolant. Good luck.

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Replacing the thermostat


first thing you need to make the cool down for few hours . then open the upper hose of water that comes from the engin to the radiator . after that you will find the thermostat housing its couple of screws then you can replace the thermostat. pls vote if this helped you
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Replace thermostat


If you don't have a manual....please take pictures after each step so when you start to put things back together, you have something you can reference to.

Thermostats are pretty easy to do. Take your time and it is a breeze.

One thing to remember, have new antifreeze ready to refill what spills out. Also, this stuff is nasty for animals so have a container or something to catch and absorb the fluid.

Thermostat Removal & Installation To Remove:
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  2. Partially drain the coolant, (until the level is below the thermostat).
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
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    • The crossover exhaust pipe
    • The radiator hose from the thermostat housing
    • The thermostat housing bolts
    • Any remaining sealer from the bolt threads
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My car jerks when i want to pick up speed what could it be?


Check your belt to see if it is routed correctly. The other thing....if it was the only two things changed....is your thermostat is upside down.

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Changing the thermostat


It's not hard, just a bit messy. Follow the top hose that runs from the radiator to the engine. Where it stops is the location of the thermostat. You will need to drain the coolant out of the radiator before you begin taking things apart. Be prepared to replace the coolant with new coolant mixed 50-50 with water when you are done.
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