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I found the thermostat. I am not sure how to change it. It looks like I disconnect the 2screws at the end of the top hose off the radiator. then what or where am I wrong.

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Unbolt the housing pull up on the housing you may have to pry it up with a straight edge or something make sure you clean both surfaces (remove the old gasket) make sure you look at the posistion of the old thermostat before you remove it the new one has to go back the same way.

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