Question about Toyota Corolla
The thermostat is located in the housing that the lower radiator hose goes on to, if you follow the lower hose from the radiator to the engine , remove the hose from engine by removing the clamp and sliding hose off. You will need a container to catch the coolant that will run out when the hose is removed, to do this a little neater, locate the drian valve on the bottom of the radiator and just turn to loosen valve and drain coolant there first, make sure to remove the rad cap to drian cooling system better. also keep container under the hose you remove to catch the small amount of coolant that will flow out and once the thermostat is removed coolant will run out from engine. with the hose off you will see 2nuts to move and then housing comes off and theres the thermostat. Hope this is helpful.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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