Tutorial on Replacing the Thermostat of a Toyota Tacoma?

Answer The thermostat in your Toyota Tacoma is an essential part of the truck's engine cooling system. The thermostat expands when the coolant in your engine becomes too hot, opening a valve that allows m... Read More »

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How to Change the Thermostat in a Toyota Tacoma?

Toyota introduced Tacoma in 1995. Since then it's been a favorite in the compact pickup market, especially among used-vehicle shoppers. The 2001 Tacoma debuted the double cab body style with lots o... Read More »

How do I Change the Thermostat on 2.7 Liter Toyota Tacoma?

The Toyota Tacoma 2.7 liter engine uses a mechanical thermostat to regulate engine temperature. As the temperature of the coolant rises, the thermostat opens up, allowing more fluid to flow past th... Read More »

How to Change a Thermostat in a 2001 Toyota Tacoma V6?

The 2001 Toyota Tacoma's cooling system uses a thermostat that attaches to the engine via the lower radiator hose. When the engine is cold, the thermostat remains closed to help the truck quickly r... Read More »

What is the size difference between a 1998 tacoma&a 2008 toyota tacoma?

The 1998 Toyota Tacoma varies in size from the 2008 model. According to the Internet Auto Guide, the gross vehicle weight rating of the 1998 Tacoma is 4,243 pounds. Its curb weight is 2,579 kg. How... Read More »