Removing Parts to Change Car Thermostat

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Learn how to remove some of your additional parts to gain access to coolant system for car thermostat repair with expert automotive tips in this free online auto repair and car maintenance video clip.

Part of the Video Series: How to Change a Car Thermostat
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Video Transcript

In this clip, we're going to talk about removal of a couple of the engine's components in order to gain access to our thermostat. We pretty much have a labeled plate here. This is a nonfunctional part of the engine, just has the size and the style on it. It's got a couple of bolts that hold together, I'm going to use my cordless Black & Decker drill here. Zip them right out. Throw them in my trustee magnetic tray. There maybe a hose or two attached underneath if your engine happens to have one, as you can see, I got a clip right there for it. We got this guy out of the way. We're going to move over to this air intake hose. Just zip off the hose clamps. All right. This rubber can be marginally 'imbrittled' or really stuck. You're going to want to do a little bit of wiggling in order to get them off. A little bit of wiggling here as well and we can just fold this guy right back out of the way. That's the proper way to remove some of your engine's accessory components.


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