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[easy] Substitute thermostat and housing Toyota Camry √



1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 Toyota Camry, 4 cylinders, 5S-FE, 2.2 Liter. 1999 Toyota Camry. Good friend of mine asked me to replace thermostat and …

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  1. Exelente , gracias no sabía que es un termostato, con esto desarmare el mío Camry 2007 , ya que está fugando el anticongelante en esa zona

  2. Your videos are like art. What a masterpiece.

  3. Gościu jesteś zajebisty mechanik

  4. I'm a type of guy wants to know thing fast so i can go on the road again, nice video

  5. Reusing the same thermostat gasket is like wiping your ass 100 times with the SAME piece of toilet paper!

  6. Why use gasket maker? That’s why it has an oring gasket. That’s all it needs.

  7. where did you get the sealant? or can i just use any seal i have a honda civic

  8. Hi Angel, I really like your work and your videos make you very trust-worthy. My sons 97 camry LE in-dash temp gauge drops slowly to C when driving, then slowly goes up and stays in the middle when at a stop, so its not overheating. I've bleed the system and noticed the upper hose collapse once cooled down. I changed the rad cap, and cleaned out the expansion tank which fixed the collapse but the needle still goes up and middle. Could a thermostat effect the needle movement? Thanks and I'm a subscriber.

  9. where did you get the no spill funnel kit

  10. first thing I notice.purchase quality T-stat with rubber gasket and "jiggle valve" it helps purge air from the system, over use of silicone (it shouldn't have any silicone anywhere and all old silicone if present remove 100% to prevent leaks, it makes the job easier if none present, and it helps book time-thus someone paying to have repair done-some places even charge extra or replace the housing with silicone on it,rubber should be pliable with no cuts-thus install a new one every time! if you must use silicone use small dab to hold t-stat in place so as it doesn't fall out of place and warp the housing in which case throw out, install BEFORE silicone cures otherwise a leak could develop, the "jiggle valve" cuts down on the time required to purge air from system) I stumbled on this video as I wanted to confirm if t-stat where water goes in or out of head. BTW, ASE master certified mechanic and have been since 2001

  11. Gasket and all that toyota crap sealer is a waste. All you need is the black rubber gasket around the thermostat. Also, do not use Kool Aid in place of green anti-freeze,

  12. Sweet video…and informative to boot!

  13. Nice! Thank you good video

  14. Why didn't you use a thermostat with a jiggle valve?

  15. what was that button u pressed under the radiator and where is it located exactly? my fans haven't turned on yet

  16. For sure I'd thought he'd show us where he hid the bodies.

  17. i got a toyota tercel 99 amd cant find where is the thermostate

  18. do you need to use rubber sealant and the gasket?

  19. hey buddy, i have one problem, i buy a second hand car, which is has by
    pass thermostat, then i buy new thermostat for my infiniti qx4, but
    since i fix the good thermostat the engine is starting overheating!
    thats why i remove again… please guide me on this problem.

  20. Pepboys just tried to con me out of $246 for this. Thank you buddy!

  21. hey buddy how can i test my car thermostat to see if its still workin properly, thanks

  22. like that funnel. so once u pour the fluid in, im guessing the car should be started n then wait until all of the fluid go into the radiator?

  23. You make a GREAT instruction video. No annoying music or chat, just EXACTLY how to do it, including the tool size needed. The only thing I would add is that maybe a super thin coat of silicone [dielectric] grease on the large hose ID will keep it from becoming one with the aluminum housing.

  24. You don't use permatex or a gasket. The rubber seal around the thermostat is the seal, you need nothing else.

  25. Lol holy shit, you put enough permatex on that thing to build a 55 gallon fish tank. I don't think you even need to use permatex on those at all, as long as your thermostat grommet is ok or new.

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