#98QBKiller Posted June 17, 2008 Share Posted June 17, 2008 Replaced it on Friday, costs $11 for the thermostat and took an hour to replace. You guys were right not a bad job at all. I drank about two beers, moved a couple parts, took out the old, put in the new (with a little gasket sealant for good measure) and replaced the two parts and bam! No more hot engine. Thanks for the help everyone Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.