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Re: Getting thermostat inside the upper radiator hose....

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11-09-2013 14:18:52

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grease it and slide it in. you want it to stay close to the head side anyway. most put a ziptie or band clamp on it around the center to hold it in place..

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Bruce (VA)

11-09-2013 14:40:04

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 Re: Getting thermostat inside the upper radiator hose.... in reply to soundguy, 11-09-2013 14:18:52  
It will go in; I've got 4 8N's, all w/ 180* t-stats. As soundguy said, put a little grease on it.

Make sure you put it in pointing in the correct direction. Look for the heat sensor. On the A-11C15 180* t-stat, the flat end goes toward the radiator which is opposite of how the typical 160* t-stat is installed.

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charles east

11-09-2013 14:50:41

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 Re: Getting thermostat inside the upper radiator hose.... in reply to Bruce (VA), 11-09-2013 14:40:04  
I have The spring sensor side toward the engine block....the thing slides in up to a collar which is 1/16" bigger than the inside of the hose...There is a barrel then the collar then the spring...I did a lot of bending the hose trying to open it up a little ,no luck...I will try the grease....Let you know....Thanks

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