Question about 1998 Cadillac Catera
To Locate your thermastat, Open your Hood and look down at the top of your radiator.You'll see a Top Raditor Hose that goes from your radiator to your Thermastat Housing.
You'll see a Hose clamp on the Thermastat housing .
NOTE: before you loosen the Hose Clamp Make sure you your car is cooled down and remove your radiator cap to release any pressure that is in your system.
After the Hose is off you'll see a Domed shaped Housing that is your Thermastat Housing. Remove the Bolts that Hold the Housing on and Seals the Cooling System.From Leaking out of the Housing.
After removing the Housing you'll see your Thermastat .Just remove it and Clean up all old gasket Material so you can replace the gasket with your new one .But put in your new thermastat 1st.
Then make sure you seal the gasket with Gasket Glue. And Replace the Housing Bolts and Tighten up good and Sung.
Put back on your hose then clamp.And Refill your Radiator with Coolant.
This will get your new thermastat in and get you Ready to go .
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Posted on Aug 22, 2010
HI, david. you are right for everything but It's not that easy to get to thermo housing.
Have to take water pump cover off and engine oil inlet( turm counter clockwise) to get it off( dip stic). special tools to get the thermocover bolts off. It just have no room to work on it eh.
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