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How to change thermostat on a 2005 kia sedona


  1. Drain the coolant
  2. The thermostat is located at the end of the top radiator hose. Remove the drain plug from the radiator and flush the coolant into a pan.
  3. Remove the Upper radiator hose
  4. Loosen the clamps that connect the upper radiator hose to the housing and remove the hose.
  5. Remove the thermostat housing
  6. Loosen the thermostat housing mounting bolts. Remove the housing and pull the thermostat from it.
  7. Replace the thermostat
  8. Inspect the new thermostat and install it with a new gasket. Mount the housing and upper radiator hose. Then pour new coolant into the radiator.

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I have a 2006 renault megane dynamique and have oil in my water bottle.the car runs fine and no overheating


with the bonnet open and black plastic engine cover removed look on the right side of the cylinder head above the gearbox you will find a black housing that has water pipes connected to it that housing lets water circulate through its outer edge and in the center engine oil runs through it the housing being made of plastic it warps and lifts the rubber gasket which cause the oil in water so remove clean cylinder head surface clean threads in head and of bolts and fit a brand new housing flush cooling system top up with antifreeze and check oil level it might need to be toped up

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Thermostat is 3 bolts, clean the housing, install the new gasket and tighten it down

Make sure you put the Pill DOWN

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The Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) on the 5.9L diesel engine is located (1) below the fuel injection pump. It is bolted to the back of the timing gear housing (7).

1. Disconnect electrical connector at CMP sensor.
2. Remove sensor mounting bolt (6).
3. Carefully twist sensor from timing gear housing.
4. Check condition of sensor O-ring.

INSTALLATION

1. Clean out machined hole in back of timing gear housing (cover).
2. Apply a small amount of engine oil to sensor O-ring.
3. Install sensor into timing gear housing (cover) with a slight rocking action. Do not twist sensor into position as damage to O-ring may result. CAUTION: Before tightening sensor mounting bolt, be sure sensor is completely flush to back of timing gear housing (cover). If sensor is not flush, damage to sensor mounting tang may result.
4. Install mounting bolt and tighten. Refer to Torque Specifications.
5. Connect electrical connector to sensor.

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To remove a plug, just hit it with a hammer & screwdriver inside one edge and grab it with channel locks etc and pull it out. Only requirement to installing is to keep it perfectly straight as you tap it back in (easier said than done). When I built engines I always used brass marine plugs in everything except race engines (never last long enough for a plug to rot out)...Brass plugs will outlast the engine, but are softer and not easy to install except on an engine stand.

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