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How to replace thermostat of 1997 camry - 1997 Toyota Camry

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    Drain radiator by opening drain plug. Undo clamp and remove radiator hose from front of engine near oil filter. Undo bolts holding the thermostat housing. Replace. Be sure to use new O-ring. Re-attach the hose. Refill the radiator through the cap. Idle and check for leaks. Cool down and check coolant level.

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Drain radiator by opening drain plug. Undo clamp and remove radiator hose from front of engine near oil filter. Undo bolts holding the thermostat housing. Replace. Be sure to use new O-ring. Re-attach the hose. Refill the radiator through the cap. Idle and check for leaks. Cool down and check coolant level.

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