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With limited tools how difficult is it to change the thermostat in 91 camry.

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All you should need is a screw driver, a pair of plyers, a ratchet, and some sockets

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I just performed this repair the other day. The thermostat and gasket was about $12 from Autozone. I recommend getting the "fail-safe" kind where the valve will fail open, preventing over-heating if the thermostat fails. I have the 4-cylender engine (automatic transmission), and it was located where the lower radiator hose connects to the engine. I completed the task with a small set of wrenches and a pair of plyers. I found the only leak I had when I put everything back together was that the lower hose wasn't making a good seal anymore... another $10 part from Autozone. Took me about an hour, including re-filling and burping the radiator.

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