Question about Pontiac LeMans
The thermostat is inside a housing which connects on one end to the engine and the other end goes inside the black hose coming from the radiator going to the top of the engine. You have to drain the coolant, unscrew the hose clamp, pull off the hose, unbolt the housing, remove radiator and gasket, clean the metal surfaces, install new gasket and thermostat, etc.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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