[DML] Re: Thermostat Replacement
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[DML] Re: Thermostat Replacement

Take the W pipe off. It's only three screws. If you tear the gaskets 
they are under a buck each, in a pinch you can make them. 

Maybe what they mean is that you can leave the center part in place 
but disconeect the outer ends. I don't believe that you can do it 
with the W-pipe in place, at any rate it doesn't seem worth the 

Dave S

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "thebrave65" <johnny.sawyer@...> 
> I've been told by many that I don't need to remove the W intake 
> to replace the thermostat.  I was able to get the front bolt off of 
> the housing, but how does one go about removing the other one under 
> the W pipe?
> I have the throttle partly removed to get to the back bolt, but my 
> little 7/8 wrench just doesn't have the length to reach in there to 
> have any torque.
> Not enough room in the compartment for a breaker bar either.  The 
> water bottle is in the way.
> Thanx in advance.
> Johnny
> 5518
> AZ-D

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