Hi, I got a new thermostat and am able to locate where it goes, but am having trouble getting the current (broken) thermostat off because I don't know how to get the wiring off. What kind of tool do I need to get the two curled up edges to release the prongs (what looks like the plug in)? I don't want to break anything off and it doesn't just release when I try to slide it off. My dryer is actually a neptune MGD5500AWW.
A mdg5500aww maybe? the the wires just pull or slide off , you may try rocking spade terminal side to side to lossen but it just slides off, you will see how easy it is once you get it off if you would damage the spade end just put a new one on easy
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That would be a TEXT-BOOK definition of a MALFUNCTION = broken (needs fixin'.)
The fan motor in your car is thermally switched... just like the heater in your house...
It should "CLOSE" (to start the fan)
WHEN IT REACHES operate temp... and "OPEN" (switch off) when it has your coolant at an ideal operating temperature.
a GOOD start on this trouble would be to have your local auto-parts retailer look up "radiator thermostat" to get a good idea if we are talking about more than one.
(get a back-up price from an on line retailer... (I like rockauto)).
The best idea would be to get the specific schematic and check it for the number & location of that (those) puppy(s)... REPLACE IT...
and tag the OLD ONE with the FAILURE and CHANGE DATE...
If your trouble goes away you had an internal failure... that shorted your thermostat... IF it did NOT FIX THE trouble... you either HAVE ANOTHER thermostat or an EXTERNAL SHORT (in your wiring) yet to find.
Sounds simple like just your thermostat needs replaced. Tell your boyfriend to open the hood and locate the biggest hose coming off the top of the radiator and follow that hose into the engine block. Right there where the hose goes into your engine, there is a semi-bell-shaped housing with 3 little 5/16" bolts on it. Take those bolts out. Be careful right here because there is water in that hose and it will spill out. Inside that housing is your thermostat. Pull the old one out, clean up the flange faces where they will bolt back together with a putty knife or a piece of sandpaper, being careful not to let any particles get in the water or the hose. Then just put the new thermostat in, (make sure it goes in the correct way as it has to open the correct way to let the warm water through), replace the gasket, (the gasket should come with your new thermostat) and bolt it back together. The new thermostat should be available anywhere, from your local auto parts store, to the local NAPA, AutoZone, even WalMart, for about $10 or $12. Good luck!
Hi, if you follow the bottom hose on your radiator to your motor, right where the hose goes is where the thermostat is. Its pretty simple to replace. Follow the hose that goes from the top of the radiator to the top of the engine. The hose is black flexible, roughly 1.5" in diameter. This hose goes into a "gooseneck" on the top of the engine, secured with a clamp. Remove the clamp and the hose, and remove the gooseneck from the engine. The thermostat will be located underneath the gooseneck. Simply lift out the old thermostat, install the new one, and replace the gasket. Reassemble. Take care
Your problem could be a faulty heating coil or thermostats.
Remove the back of the dryer and locate the air tube where the blower goes to the drum.
The heating coil and thermostats are normally located inside of it.
I hope this helps
The thermostat is located near the top of the block where the water hose originates and goes into the top of ;the radiator. remove the hose adaptor and you will find the radiator... some have two thermostats but you would have two rubber hoses in that instance... remove the thermostat and replace it and the gasket.... I always get gasket sealant and apply after cleaning everthing with mineral spirits or alcohol etc. Refil with water a couple of times to get all the air back out of the water jackets and make sure you replace the antifreeze you may loose. good luck
The thermostat is located at the end of the top hose that goes from your radiator to the thermostat housing. The hose has 2 clamps one on the radiator and one on the thermostat housing. you have to remove two bolts holding down the housing. on the inside is the thermostat. Notice how you took the thermostat off and install a new gasket and new thermostat the same way.Do not over tighten the bolts on reinstalation. the housing can break if you do.