how do i change the thermostat on a 1994 ford probe

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Asked by Nov 28, 2007 at 01:21 AM about the 1994 Ford Probe GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I need to replace the thermostat.  How do i do it?

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follow top raidor hose to engine theromastat housing at end of hose remove hose clamp and hose remove 2 bolts take off housing remove thermostst clean housing and engine block ,put new one in rember you are working on alumunun do not over tighten bolts, to tight cracked housing,ps do this job wile engine is cold,when finished drive until operating temp.let sit till cool and top off with anti freze.

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Sorry i have the same problem and it is not as simple as removing 2 bolts like 99% of every vehicle and a 10 minute job. If you looks at this setup, it has 3 bolts where one of the bolts double up as a mount for an electrical wire harness and the bottom bolt is buried underneath where you have to remove five other parts just to get a child size hand in there to access that bolt. Great design!

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