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1. Open the tailgate.
2. Look closely at the side of the brake light cover where it is closest to the tailgate. It is black plastic.
3. You will see two roundish looking outlines in the black plastic (not
the two outlines in the plastic that is the same color as your van).
There is just enough of a crack to slide a small screwdriver into the
4. Pop the little plastic "doors" up to reveal 10mm nuts with Philips heads.
5. Remove the bolt/screw from each of the two holes. The tail light cover will be loose, but it will not come out yet.
6. Find something small to pry with. It should be plastic or you might scratch your paint.
7. On the side of the van where the tail light cover is flush
(the far opposite end of where the bolts were), push a small tool
(screwdriver?) under the edge of the cover and pry straight up. There
is a peg that fits snugly into a hole in the van. The peg is attached
to the tail light cover. With a small flashlight, you should be able to
see the peg after prying it up just a little. The peg will pop out and
that will allow you to change the bulb.
8. To replace the cover, start by popping the peg back into the
hole, then replace the two screws. Finish by snapping the screw covers
Hello, yes over time freeze plugs can corrode over time and start to leak, I am currently building up a motor right now and when I removed the frost plugs they were starting to get thin from corrosion.
The thermostat is located on the cylinder head, under a roundish housing, under the distributor cap. Just follow the big hose to the cylinder head. You have to remove the air intake collector to see it. If you do replace the thermostat, make sure that the one that you buy has a small "wiggle valve" on the outer edge of it. This bleeds air pockets from the system, and it is important that it is there. Additionaly, the "wiggle valve" should be installed with it pointing straight up (12 o'clock). This is critical. Regarding the sealer; the thermostat is sealed by an O-ring; no need for any sealer.
Remember to be careful, whilst draining the coolant, if it is hot.
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