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Dodge Magnum Hemi Thermostat replacement.

Ho do I replace the thermostat in a 2005 Dodge Magnum Hemi?

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Art Horne, try this :"

1. Open the hood for access to the engine compartment. Locate the thermostat housing at the end of the top radiator hose.

2. Use a socket wrench to loosen the two bolts at the thermostat housing. Place a sealable bag under the bottom of the housing to collect the coolant as it pours out of the opening.

3. Pull the hose and the pipe away from the thermostat housing. Place the bag under the housing to catch any excess coolant. Pry the thermostat out of the housing with a flat tip screwdriver. Some coolant will flow out. Catch all the coolant coming out with the bag.

4. Pull the gasket off from around the edges of the old thermostat. Place it around the new one. Push the new thermostat in the housing. Ensure the spring end goes in first.

5. Use a socket wrench to tighten the hose and pipe back on to the thermostat housing. Ensure the bolts are tight to create a seal so coolant does not leak out.

6. Twist the radiator cap counterclockwise to remove it and pour the coolant back in to the radiator. Start the car and allow it to warm up. Once the car is warm, the level of the coolant may drop. If so, pour in additional coolant. Consult the owner's manual or the Dodge dealer for the correct type of coolant.

7. Tighten the radiator cap back on by hand. Close the hood and turn the car off.

Information from [Open the hood for access to the engine compartment. Locate the thermostat housing at the end of the top radiator hose. 2 Use a socket wrench to loosen the two bolts at the thermostat housing. Place a sealable bag under the bottom of the housing to collect the coolant as it pours out of the opening. Sponsored Links Reef Photo & Video Superior Sales, Service, Support; Patient, Experienced Sales Staff reefphoto.com 3 Pull the hose and the pipe away from the thermostat housing. Place the bag under the housing to catch any excess coolant. Pry the thermostat out of the housing with a flat tip screwdriver. Some coolant will flow out. Catch all the coolant coming out with the bag. 4 Pull the gasket off from around the edges of the old thermostat. Place it around the new one. Push the new thermostat in the housing. Ensure the spring end goes in first. 5 Use a socket wrench to tighten the hose and pipe back on to the thermostat housing. Ensure the bolts are tight to create a seal so coolant does not leak out. 6 Twist the radiator cap counterclockwise to remove it and pour the coolant back in to the radiator. Start the car and allow it to warm up. Once the car is warm, the level of the coolant may drop. If so, pour in additional coolant. Consult the owner's manual or the Dodge dealer for the correct type of coolant. 7 Tighten the radiator cap back on by hand. Close the hood and turn the car off. Read more: How to Change a Dodge HEMI Thermostat | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7559955_change-d...|here.] Some great instructions and information on here as well. Hope this helps, good luck.

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