To replace a car thermostat, unbolt the gooseneck housing around the thermostat near the top of the engine, unbolt and remove the old thermostat and gasket, bolt in the new thermostat and gasket and reconnect the goosene... More »

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Replacing an RV thermostat involves uninstalling the old thermostat from the vehicle, connecting a new thermostat to the vehicle's electrical system and securing the new thermostat in place of the old one with screws. Te... More »

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Most vehicle thermostats are located at the connection point where the top radiator hose joins the engine block; the units can also be located in the bottom radiator hose. Vehicle thermostats are generally about 2 inches... More »

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Changing the thermostat on a Kia Sedona involves draining the coolant from the cooling system, removing the housing and replacing its gasket. The coolant should be flushed after replacing the thermostat to ensure there i... More »

A car's gasket is a seal that is used to cap the cylinder in the engine. The gasket acts as a lid between the engine block and the piston chamber. It is called the head gasket because it's placed on the cylinder head. More »

Removing the thermostat from a vehicle causes the engine to operate at a cooler temperature than its design. While this prevents overheating, it also increases fuel consumption, the viscosity of motor oil and engine wear... More »

Typically, the camshaft sensor is located at the top of the engine to the front and mounted near the crankshaft in front of a wheel. The wheel has windows or slots that allow the sensor to count each revolution of the ca... More »