Question about Chevrolet Impala
Ok. It's fairly straight forward --
Make sure engine is cool, locate the hose leading from radiator to the top of the engine, you should find a housing with two bolts one on each side. remove the hose, bolts and housing, clean all smooth surfaces with scraper then sand paper to remove all old gasket material, replace thermostat, seal with gasket sealer and torque bolts back on to specification (typically a good solid snug would do)
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