Olivier Lebaillif: Great video. This part is poorly designed and getting access to it is even worse. Anyway the video is great and show exactly what to do!!! Thanks
88BmyVegas Automotive: you are right. wrong description on my part. thank you
Chrysler 2.7 V6 DIY guy: I'm sorry on the 2.7L engine the thermostat is installed in the Left engine cylinder head behind the generator and slightly above the A/C pump, the housing is the coolant inlet tube. This video is describing the removal of the engine coolant outlet housing which incorporates the engine coolant hose connections, the temperature sensor and the bleed valve. This component is however prone to early failure, between 60K to 90 K miles, its failure often leads to premature death of the 2.7L engine.
88BmyVegas Automotive: sorry with the very late reply. I have so much questions from other videos too. really am sorry.
88BmyVegas Automotive: yes it does. please subscribe
Harold Jones: does the part come with the gasket?
MalikarVampire: i have an 01 btw
MalikarVampire: how would you take the intake manifold off with stock intake.. i have a metal pipe the connects at two different sections of the manifold that you dont have. something on the intake is stopping me from pulling the whole manifold off
88BmyVegas Automotive: follow video to replace that part
Jocelinne Muraira: The fluid looks like it is coming out of the part that you are replacing in this clip. (DIY How to replace install thermostat housing 2005 Chrysler Sebring)
88BmyVegas Automotive: replace the leaky hose first.
Jocelinne Muraira: My Chrysler just started overheating today. The coolant level looks low and there is some liquid coming out of a hose that connects to the engine. Also, there is a funny smell almost like cake. Does it have something to do with the thermostat or is maybe just a leaky hose?
88BmyVegas Automotive: look at my other video on the replacing the thermostat. yes, there is another video. this video is for the housing and it is called a thermostat housing. ask the dealership and that is what they will tell you. don't be so quick to comment. you made yourself look stupid.
88BmyVegas Automotive: if the housing is leaking coolant. you need to pressure test it. and only way to test the thermostat is to remove it and place it in boiling water to see if it opens, if it is open already before you put in boiling water, it is faulty. You might as well replace it when you remove it since it is fairly cheap. have a nice day and please subscribe.
Sancho Marcial: How do you determine a faulty coolant sensor housing? Or a faulty thermostat?
88BmyVegas Automotive: don't seal it back together. it will burst again. i will guarantee it will. you are better off replacing it. please subscribe.
MalikarVampire: hey the top half of my thermostat housing blew off lol.. can i just seal it back on or do i need to replace it?
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