Question about 2006 Chrysler 300
Most are easy enough to grasp with pliers and squeeze clamps and remove hose. THe oulet can be repaired with silocone or JB underwater weld. Radiator has it's own one piece built in, same with water pump
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Fig. 1: Remove the coolant recovery tank hose from the water outlet
Fig. 2: Remove the upper radiator hose from the water outlet
Fig. 3: Remove the three retaining bolts for the water outlet
Fig. 4: Carefully separate the water outlet from the thermostat housing
Fig. 5: Remove the thermostat from the housing
Fig. 6: Make sure you replace the O-ring when installing a new thermostat
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