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WOW i hope it's not a casket! this one's too new to be dead. i need to know which engine you have, but normally, the thermostat goes into the intake, the gasket next, (i usually dress this with a light coat of "the right stuff" by pematex) and then the housing (water outlet) goes on torqed to spec. there is normally a recess in the intake which will be nearly, the same size as the thermostat, good luck, or contact me back if you're still having trouble and we'll solve it!

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You need to put the edge of the thermostat into the slot in the gasket. There will be a "cut" on the inside edge of the gasket and you have to thread it on before you put it in the car.

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