Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
With a 180 degree thermostat
Hey actualy its not that bad my car 2006 cobalt is doing the same . Find the right size socket it will be metric and one of the smaller ones. you will need at a 10" extender for the ratchet as well. make sure car is off drain the fluid and un bolt both bolts. my thermastate was stuck in the top part of the housing and the gasket was half way off. advanced had on for 20.00$ took me about half hour for everything and refill. my car is still over heating i think the computer needs to be reset
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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