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How do i install a thermostat in my mitsubishi galant

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Whether it is a 4cyl or a 6cyl the thermostat housing is on the opposite end of your timing cover (back side of the engine. unhook your radiator hose and then take out the bolts, your thermostat will be right there always be sure to use a new gasket top off your antifreeze and burp the system for air bubbles and top off again if necessary.

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