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Instructions replacing themostat 2.8 V6 30v enginee

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Removal:
1. remove ribbed drive belt
2. lossen toothed timing belt as required (it is not necessary to remove toothed timing belt)
3. unbolt thermostat housing and pull out from below toothed belt

install

the vent valve must be facing up (arrow)
reverse order of removal

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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