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priscilla and the wimps study guideOur library is the biggest of these that have literally hundreds of thousands of different products represented. I get my most wanted eBook Many thanks If there is a survey it only takes 5 minutes, try any survey which works for you. Call us: (855) 347-2779 GET A QUOTE Our mobile mechanics offer services 7 days a week. Upfront and transparent pricing. See availability customer ratings ( 45 ) When your car is first started and the coolant is cold, the valve in the thermostat will be in the closed position, circulating the coolant flow only within the engine instead of flowing to the radiator, which allows the engine to warm up fast, promoting fuel efficiency, low emissions, and reduced engine deposits. Once the engine coolant reaches the design temperature, usually around 195 degrees, the valve will open and close as you drive in order to maintain a coolant temperature typically between 195 to 225 degrees Fahrenheit. However, since there are other causes of overheating, a mechanic will thoroughly inspect the cooling system prior to condemning the thermostat. Since it is usually not known how badly the engine overheated, the mechanic will also try to determine if there is evidence that the cylinder head gasket was blown. If so, it would be repaired prior to replacing the thermostat. Thermostats can get sticky, causing the engine temperature to stray from the optimal range. Your dash-mounted temperature gauge will notify you of this malfunction. All thermostats eventually fail. Therefore, if the cooling system is already open for major repairs, such as water pump or radiator replacement, it is recommended to install a new thermostat simply as insurance against future breakdown. Note that some cars have more than one cooling system thermostat and both might need replacement. A new gasket is applied and the thermostat is re-installed in the correct orientation and with the temperature sensing cylinder facing downward towards the engine.http://www.czx318.com/upfile/1600026389232946560.xml

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This will confirm the thermostat is open. Finally, the engine is checked for leaks. Failure to do so can cause substantial and costly damage to the engine. Therefore, always replace the thermostat if the engine overheats, even if the thermostat was not the initial cause of the overheating. It is convenient and costs little during such repairs and insurance against future breakdown. Dealer supplied, OEM thermostats are sometimes more costly but are generally higher quality and specifically engineered for your car. AudiGreat mechanic. After 5 fours of his hard work, my problem has gone and the car is all right after that. Considering the fact that the first mechanic you sent simply didn't show up, wasn't available when I called to check if he is coming, and also that the main costumer service didn't answer - I am VERY disappointed by the service I got. There was a crank sensor issue, and Jason C fixed it very well. He took time, and diagnosed the problem very well, and then did a wonderful job, setting the car right. Please update to the latest version for a better and more secure experience. The actual cost of using your local repair providersWe provide estimates on repair costs forIf you think an estimate is incorrect,In addition, we ask all customers to review their mechanic so we can remove anyWe rigorously vet theIf your car isn’t drivable, and theIf this is the case, ourIf you cancel within 24 hours of theThis is because all mechanicsWe ask for a day's notice when making a booking, soThen they'll introduceOnce you're happy andFor jobs that can't be done atHe will then charge the booking at the cost of aIf the mechanic can help withSome jobs will require a workshop, and if this isThis repair price has been calculated using official Audi repair times, genuine parts prices and regional franchise dealer labour rates. This repair price has been calculated using official Audi repair times, aftermarket parts prices and regional independent garage labour rates.http://ganteltechnology.com/system/userfiles/cummins-nh-220-parts-manual.xml By using ClickMechanic, you agree to the use of cookies. Please try again.For more details, click here. Thermostat unit gasket. Water Neck Gasket. 2.8 LITER. Thermostat Housing Gasket. Included with: Thermsotat unit. Socket HD Screw. 60x. Included with: Thermsotat unit. Thermostat unit screw. 3.2 LITER Main. Engine Coolant Thermostat Housing BoltIncluded with: Thermsotat unit. Included with: Thermostat housing, Thermsotat unit. Removable plug located in the Thermostat Housing that allows to drain the Engine Coolant. Included with: Thermostat housing, Thermsotat unit. A component which prevents leaks at the Radiator Fan Temperature Switch. Location-Engine Block. Location-Radiator Hose. Location-Water Coupling. O-Ring. O-Ring for Thermostat. Connector Tube. Cooling System Bypass Line Adapter O -. Plug. Thermostat Sensor. Water inlet pipe o -. Included with: Flange, Lower Coupling, Lower Hose, Outlet Hose, Pipe, Pipe assembly, Radiator assembly, Temp Sensor, Thermostat Housing, Thermsotat unit, Tube, Tube assembly, Upper Hose, Water inlet pipe, Water pipe, Water pump, Water pump assembly. Although we endeavour to ensure that the information contained on the website is accurate, as errors may occur from time to time, customers should verify any information in question with a dealer. We are not responsible for any errors or omissions on this website. Photos are for illustration purposes only. There may be some variances between the photos shown and the actual product. Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice. Some items may be unavailable for or incompatible with certain trim levels and models. To add a new vehicle, select the year, make, and model at left. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again later.Register a free business account Please try your search again later.GMC Sierra 2500 HD 3500To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.http://afreecountry.com/?q=node/3816 Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. To add a new vehicle, select the year, make, and model at left. Please try again.Please try again.Please try again later.Register a free business account Please try your search again later.Full content visible, double tap to read brief content. Videos Help others learn more about this product by uploading a video. Upload video Thermostat is a kind of automatic temperature regulating device.It will get the engine to heat up to its optimum temperature as quickly as possible, and then keep the engine at its optimum temperature. According to the original factory specifications.Perfect match for the original car. Please check our photos and make sure the part shown looks identical to your stock one.To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. It's free and it's easy, so don't hesitate to join the Audizine Family today!To start viewing posts, select the forum section that you want to visit from the selection below.Register or Log In now!Remove coolant reservior tank cap. Step 2: Remove upper radiator hose remove the small hose connecting the coolant reservior to the upper radiator hose. Then remove the larger hose from the hard pipe running along the intake and from the radiator. You'll need to pop up (but not off) the metal clip holding the hose to the radiator, then firmly pull back: hose removed: Step 3: Remove intake hose (throttle body-to-intercooler) remove driver's side headlight (not necessary but makes it a lot easier). Loosen clamp at each end and remove hose.http://hakanacaroglu.com/images/carpigiani-3840-manual.pdf Step 4: Remove throttle body remove electrical connector and 4 hex bolts (5mm): removed: Step 5: Loosen serpentine belt and slip off of alternator use a box-end or adjustable wrench on tensioner, pull to the right. Carefully slip belt off alternator (towards front of car). Allow to hang loose below Step 6: Remove alternator bolts remove 4 bolts holding alternator to bracket: Step 7: Remove electrical connector and grounding cable from alternator after removing the 4 bolts, lay the alternator face down on the top of the fan and remove the electrical connector, and the grounding strap. If you haven't disconnected the battery, be sure to cover the grounding strap in tape so it cannot touch other metal surfaces alternator removed; grounding strap shown: Step 8: Remove vertical support piece from intake manifold to block remove the two bolts holding the support piece (6mm hex): Step 9: Remove bolt from metal hose on t-stat; remove bolt from top of oil cooler this will allow you to move the hard pipe away from t-stat. On my car, even after removing the bolt I was unable to remove the hard pipe at this time - I had to remove the thermostat from the block, then wiggle it free from the pipe afterwards bolt holding the hard pipe on the right, two bolts holding the t-stat to the block on the left: bolt holding the metal pipe to the top of the oil cooler (as seen from top of intake): Step 10: Remove upper and lower hoses fom t-stat. Remove electrical connector on back side Step 11: Remove 2 bolts holding t-stat to block, and remove t-stat Step 12: Install new thermostat install new thermostat, making sure to remove the old O-ring. The new t-stat will include a new one. I wet my finger with coolant and ran it along the O-ring to pre-lube it before installation. Otherwise, install is reverse of removal: All done - looks just like when we started. Disclaimer: this information is for informational purposes only. I am not responsible if you somehow manage to blow up your car in the process.Thanks a lot!I will try and get the part number a photo.Make sure you grab an elbow socket and long extension. Simply put, it's pretty hard to start a bolt at an angle with an elbow socket. I did mine this morning along with the J-plug. Good thing I checked for play on the J-plug when I was swapping the t-stat. Have at least 1.5 gals on standby imo Edit: btw be careful with that little openning of the engine block support right below the t-stat.Tape it up or just be extra careful around that area. You'll noticed it when you're there (1.8 block), hehe.Click HERE to order or for more information. JasonIn the correct orientation, the alternator connector plug should be above the grounding connection. Another tip: It took me 2 seconds and no effort to put the serpentine belt on the alternator when I had the alternator unscrewed. The alternator will tighten just fine with the serpentine belt on it (but tension off of it, so be sure to stick something in the tensioner to keep it from tightening the belt). This job was a bitch, but mainly because I was doing it at 2AM and made some dumb mistakes that made the job take a lot longer than it should have. I want to replace that with new along with the Jplug so that this is a one time afffair.Click HERE to order or for more information. Jason Do you have to remove the bolt in the back too to get be pipe off. Or do you just have to wiggle the thermostat out?Do you have to remove the bolt in the back too to get be pipe off. Or do you just have to wiggle the thermostat out? Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing. Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe.Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing. Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe. Am I just not pulling hard enough?Trying to bend the hard pipe doesn't give you enough room to remove the thermostat housing. Also, don't forget to replace that o-ring off the hard pipe. Plan on doing my Thermostat this upcoming weekend. Anyway to get around losing coolant or not lose so much?The DIY says pull hard back-I did that---aint going no where. The J-pipe plug was a bitch on mine---I had to wedge a chisel in there and pound it out for awhile. When the new one went in it slipped right in. I would replace this part. When it came out the rubber o ring didnt look good at all. Also, the hard pipe was ridiculous to separate from the thermostat assembly. I had to pry it off and then twist--replace the o-ring for sure. Audi part N 90365302 ---peace of mind for about a buck. In fact I'd go out to that it would be a great time to replace it--as its not if but when it will shatter. There's a writeup out there on AZ on how to avoid getting the orange plastic pieces down into the tube. Use it. I wouldnt call this job hard, but it sure as hell aint easy. Plan on doing my Thermostat this upcoming weekend. Anyway to get around losing coolant or not lose so much? I used a flat head screw driver with some coolant on it to get it wet under the hose. Keep wiggling it and it will come off. Am I just not pulling hard enough? I was doing a timing belt and radiator anyway, so I just pulled off the entire lock carrier. I didn't take off the t-body or the hose leading to it from the intercooler. I did not pull the intake manifold support either. Since I was taking off the water pump to do the timing belt, I pushed my j-plug out from the inside. It came out in one piece, and it was in fair condition (did not crumble). Thumbs-up to ECS for their all inclusive kit.I was doing a timing belt and radiator anyway, so I just pulled off the entire lock carrier. I didn't take off the t-body or the hose leading to it from the intercooler. I did not pull the intake manifold support either. Since I was taking off the water pump to do the timing belt, I pushed my j-plug out from the inside. It came out in one piece, and it was in fair condition (did not crumble). Thumbs-up to ECS for their all inclusive kit. We just did a PDF on how to replace your coolant flange on the back of the block.Did mine this evening and the only problem I had was getting that damn belt back on (cold weather, belt wasn't cooperating). Got the thermostat at the dealer, o-rings from local parts shop.I use hose pliers. Just grip tighly and twist. It will break the glue-like attachment the hose has to the pipe. Works like magic. Cheap and worth every penny.Make sure you grab an elbow socket and long extension. Simply put, it's pretty hard to start a bolt at an angle with an elbow socket This gave me enough wiggle room to remove the thermostat, and saved me the inevitable headache of replacing this bolt. I had a hard enough time getting a socket on it to loosen and re-tighten it. I imagine trying to start it would be the hardest part of this whole job. Oh, and I used a 13mm socket on it. I had a really hard time figuring out which socket fit, since it's such a weird angle. I hope that helps somebody! RobMy J-Plug was actually in good condition and was hard to get out, so we ended up breaking it into pieces to get it out as I prefer to have the new one in while there replacing the thermostat. Thanks.Even ordered the ECS kit. So far everything is smooth and my needle isn't jumping up and down anymore!! Good kit ECS!Glad to see a lot of members getting this done them selves with this DIY and our kit! JasonI always thought you had to replace that if the throttle body is ever removed. Sent from my SM-N910V using TapatalkBut with this housing, I couldn't get it to seat evenly. Either the bottom screw hole would be flush, or the top would be flush. It would not 'seat into position' so to speak like I'm used to, when I pushed it against the block. So I ended up tightening the top and bottom screws evenly, taking turns with each, until the t-stat housing was flush against the block. But I don't know if that's right, and if the o-ring is seated correctly into position inside. It 'doesn't seem right' to me and am wondering if the o-ring on the part I bought might be the wrong size, or not. FWIW, I bought the part from a reputable seller on eBay (as I have in the past for my other car's t-stats).Audizine is not endorsed by or affiliated with Audi AG. To see only thermostat parts for your Audi use the dropdown menus to select your year and model below We have everything you need from full OEM thermostat units to Audi thermostat housings and every part in between To see only thermostat parts for your Audi use the dropdown menus to select your year and model below We have everything you need from full OEM thermostat units to Audi thermostat housings and every part in between QIBR focuses on high-quality bearing production.We started from very small orders, step by step now we have become one of the integrated manufacturers of production, sales, warehousing and logistics in China's bearing industry. Something went wrong. Do these parts fit your vehicle. Get what you love for less.User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice Norton Secured - powered by Verisign. Easy! 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If your car is running too hot and there is the proper amount of coolant in the car and it is not leaking, or your car is taking a long time to warm up, there is a very good chance your thermostat is bad and needs to be replaced. The thermostat in the Audi A4 is sealed in the housing and cannot be replaced separately. To replace the thermostat you will need to drain the coolant and move the lock carrier to the service position. Please see our articles on these procedures for additional instruction. Working on a hot engine or one under pressure can cause serious harm and should never be attempted. Coolant is also very toxic and needs to be collected and disposed of in accordance with your local regulations as pouring coolant down a drain or into the street is illegal. Also, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly after working around it. Coolant is expensive and not to great for the environment so if the coolant in your car is good, try and save it for reuse. Otherwise, you will be working around live electric wires. If you happen to touch the lead going to the alternator against something, you can cause permanent damage to the electrical system if the battery is hooked up. Be smart here and disconnect it. For more information please see our article on battery replacement. Slip the belt off the alternator (green arrow). You can now remove the alternator from the engine. Installation of the new alternator is the reverse of removal. There are three hoses and one sensor attached to the housing. Use a set of pliers and remove the upper hose (yellow arrow). There is also the metal coolant tube (green arrow) and lower coolant hose (red arrow). Next use a flathead screwdriver and unclip the quick disconnect wire (red arrow) on the hose to thermostat housing connection. Wiggle and slide the lower hose off of the housing; these can get really stuck and sometimes it is easier to remove the housing from the block and then separate the hose. There is a very good chance you will need to use a screwdriver to pry the tube from the housing (red arrow). This photo also illustrates the clip and Heated thermostat connector attached to the housing (yellow arrow). Most important is to make sure the old O-ring gasket is not still in the block. Installation is the reverse of removal. Do NOT forget to replace the coolant. Click here to order! With your vehicle info handy, give The Pelican Parts parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. They can figure out what part or repair kit you need.Tough to get to, but necessary. Otherwise, great tutorial. Time to order parts! We appreciate it. Electronic MAP-Controlled Thermostats are controlled by the engine's ECU. This provides precise regulation of temperature based on the engine's loads. Thanks for catching the error. - Nick at Pelican Parts We appreciate it. Is this rust or has a thread locking agent been used? So we tend to not list this info. 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