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Looking for thermastat housing

My thermostat hosing on my car broke it is a black piece that connects to my engine block and hold the thermostat. The hose from my radiator also connects to this and there is a smaller hose that goes away from this as well. anyways this has split open and now I can see my radiator thermostat. I need to find a new one some how but I don't know the part number or what it is even called. Also if this helps much it is bolted in with two bolts from what i can tell thanks guys.



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You are right indeed it is called a thermostat housing.

It might be sealed with a gasket, or o-ring, or it might be sealed with silicone. The small line on it is probably a vent for purging air ouf of the cooling system.

Sorry, I do not know any part numbers, but any Daewoo dealer parts department should be able to find you one in a flash.

Some aftermarket parts stores (NAPA, Pep Boys to name a few...) might be able to find you one too, but I`m not 100% sure on this one... Sometimes Daewoo parts are hard to find aftermarket.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

  • Denis Aube Aug 19, 2008

    If and when you buy, make sure to replace the o-ring, or gasket, or silicone.



    I`d also recommend changing the thermostat, and thermostat seal while you`re there and you have the coolant drained.



    Thermostats are a cheap item to replace and you won`t have to worry about it afterwards for a good while.



    As a fleet mechanic (cars and heavy trucks), any time I have the housing off for any reason, I replace the thermostat. Not because removing the housing usually damages it in any way, but as a preventive measure.

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