-Remove lower radiator hose, at the block.
-Remove the 3 bolts that hold the thermostat housing
-Remove "cover" and thermostat
-Clean old sealant off of both housing and "cover"
-Install new thermostat (make sure you put it in right, pay attention to how the old one was)
-add a new bead of sealant on cover and reinstall
i believe the trq is like 66inch lbs or something i know im close to the number. very easy job make sure the nipple is pointing straight up. Also i suggest getting one from the dealer. all the other ones ive used are shit.
"The T stands for turbo, which translates to "im boosted bitches"
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