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I need to replace my thermostat in my 1997 rav 4


Replacing the thermostat is a difficult thing. Any how try it. You can replace your thermostat at http://www.buyautoparts.com/thermostat.htm

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Thermostat was bad and I replaced it now the car will heat up and as soon as it gets to normal operating temperature the temp gage will drop like a rock. Fluid level good


Hello, about the only things that can cause this is a Thermostat that is installed with the coil side backwards or a Thermostat that is sticking. The sticking may improve as the Thermostat wears a bit, but if the Thermostat is in backwards things won't change. Also make sure you have the correct heat range for the engine.

You may also want to check the sending unit. There is one which operates the gauge and another which is used to operate the Radiator fan. You may have wires crossed to each application. If this is a new car for you, double-check for the sensors' part number.

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Why does ac pump go on and off when heater is on and why does it take so long to throw heat in morning


the ac compressor cycles only when the defrosters are on. this is to be sure lubricant stays disbuributed throughout the ac system in the winter when you don't use it. the engineers figure you only use the defrost for a short time, so it won't have as big an impact on fuel milage. if it takes too long to throw heat, your thermostat may be incorrect or openning too soon. check the temp at the water outlet(thermostat housing), should be 190 +. if your coolant level is ok, a new thermostat would be the first thing to try for faster heat. some others things have to do with the cooling system viscous clutch, but the thermostat is the most likely, and most inexpensive thing to try first.

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Which way does thermostat installed


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I have 92 pajero iwas driving home when temp


Your coolant all leaked out, or your thermostat locked shut, and the engine seriously overheated. Some makes will not start again until the thermostat has been replaced (the Japanese have always been too cute for their own good, and program such things into the vehicle computer) and the computer reset, and sometimes this simply kills the engine altogether. Proper maintenance is a must!

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I have a 2000 s10 pickup 2.2. No heat.


all chevys do that same thing the only thing i can say is put a small temp in the thermostat

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What do the codes PO455 and PO128 mean on my kia sephia? I was told my fuel canister is only purchased at dealer ...is that true>


P0455= Evaporative Emission System Leak Detected (large leak)
P0128=Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temperature Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature)

Nothing here says buy a new can!
it could be as simple as turning the gas cap three clicks past tight,that is a very common thing,The other thing shows you should change your thermostat

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Where is the thermostat located in a 2005 dodge dakota?


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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:
  1. Before servicing the vehicle refer to the precautions at the beginning of this section.
  2. Partially drain the coolant, (until the level is below the thermostat).
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • The air cleaner and duct assembly
    • 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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