Question about 1996 Saturn SL
All Saturns 91-99 have a 1.9L 4 cylinder engine block, only the heads are different. Look at the radiator, it has two large black rubberlike hoses, one top and one bottom, which connect to the engine.
Where the top hose connects, it actually connects to the thermostat housing. Thus you have to drain the coolant, and remove the top hose from the housing end, then the housing from the engine and you will have the thermostat. Make sure you clean all surfaces well before you put the new thermostat in and reattach the housing. Might also be a good time to put new radiator hoses on, top and bottom.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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