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...engine block, remove it from the block and you should see the thermostat. Remember when replacing the thermostat, the spring side goes into the block! 2.0L and 2.4L it is under where the upper rad ...

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...engine block the water jackets of my 300m. It suspect that these waterjackets are already coroded causing water leaks. Is it advisable to put solution on the water reservoir the one used in the TV to ...

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...engine block, under the neck is where your thermostat is located HI. The easiest way to locate this device is to follow the upper radiator hose to the engine block, it will lead you to the thermostat ...

...engine block, and then if it has the 2.5 engine then the oil pressure switch is located on the leftside of the engine block above the oil filter, good luck,. where is the oil pressure sending switch ...

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...engine block, the ones on the right side of the engine block, the ones on the front of the engineblock, the ones on the back of the engine block, the ones on the front of the cylinder heads, the ones ...

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...engine block using the 3/8-inch ratchet and socket set. The housing will come off in your hand and then you can pull out the old thermostat. 3 Scrape off the engine block and the thermostat ...

...engine block ,you have to pull the whole engine out. put it on an engine stand and take the bottom of your engine apart crankshaft located there ,oil pan ,piston etc..... all and more has to be ...

...engine block in various places. Along both sides of the block, some behind the starter, some behind the motor mounts. There are also freeze plugs in the front of the engine block and some engine also ...

...engine block just above the thermostat housing So a cracked engine block then? not much you can do about that apart from replacing the engine. its a weep hole for the internal water pump. this means ...

...engine block. Another kind goes into a heater or a radiator hose, and again, has a heating element that warms the coolant. If you have a 200 and it has one installed, look all over the engine for the ...

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