Question about 1994 Chevrolet Corsica
Sounds like your well on your way. A few tips that may help you along the way. Usually the bottom bolt hole in the thermostat housing is slotted so you don't have to fully remove it. Which should save you a headache trying to get it back in. Also be very careful with those bolts, spray some penetrating oil down there a few times before you go at it. If they break you'll find yourself in a world of misery. Good luck.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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