Question about 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
First of all drain the antifreeze by disconnecting the coolant hose.
On the driver side of the engine, there is a radiator hose that connects to the engine just under the wires for the spark plugs. There are two bolts. Remove the bolts and pull off the hose. Some coolant will leak. Remove the old thermostat and gasket. Note how the thermostat is oriented so you can replace the same way.Now after the new thermostat is placed,follow this procedure:--Remove the radiator cap and start up the engine. You have to wait for it to become hot for the thermostat to open up and circulate the coolant. Add additional coolant to the radiator. After it is circulating, re-fit the radiator cap and see if the temperature gauge is rising as expected.
This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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