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You would have to drain the oil, look on the side normaly under the cover you would vind a drain plug.
After you replaced the thermostat , you just need to put the oil back, remember to tilt it to the side,throw the oil slowly so you dont cause any air lock's. then put the plug back and your set.

Good luck..

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

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