Problems Changing a Car Thermostat?

Answer Changing a car thermostat can be a real chore. Often the thermostat is buried deep within the engine, under all the anti-pollution controls, cowlings and manifolds. Depending on the engine, you may... Read More »

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Changing the Thermostat in an '01 S10?

From its debut in 1982 through its final year in 2004, the S10 was a key component in keeping truck buyers of all sorts interested in Chevy trucks. The 2001 S10 came standard with a 2.2-liter four-... Read More »

Changing a Thermostat in 1995 Mazda MX-6?

In 1988, Mazda changed the name of the two-door body style of its popular 626 model to the MX-6. The 1995 MX-6 came standard with a 118-horsepower, 2.0-liter engine, which used a mixture of ethylen... Read More »

DIY Changing Thermostat Radiator Valves?

Considering your car is powered by a series of controlled explosions, it should not shock you too much to learn that internal combustion engines get hot. The thermostat is essentially a heat-sensit... Read More »

Changing a Thermostat on a 1996 Buick Century?

When the engine in your 1996 Buick Century warms up, the thermostat regulates the flow of coolant throughout the engine to manage the engine temperature, preventing overheating. If your engine star... Read More »