fullpeladas: why bothering with video it's not showing work done
Marta g: Love the information but you got to train your camera person to get better shot , you can also a selfie handle to get a better view of the actual work you do In the vehicle you repair. I am woman and I need visual to actually see what your doing , thanks. I loved your information
King Halla: horrible video recording, didnt even bother watching past when you were speaking about taking off parts without showing from 15 ft away lol
Nicki Adkins: Great video. Thanks.
Going NoWhereFast: I hope you have found a new camera man since this video.... too much zooming in and out.
JTR routing and signs LLC: hi I have now replaced this part three time with the same problem a crack in the weld and leaking do you know of anything other then defective parts that could be causing this problem
Gerardo Antonio: One sugestion get the camera off the tripod and get it in there so we can see what he's doing.
jmonjaraz1: Why was the recording from such a far distance?
Zan Glenn: So my 03 escape is leaking coolent when the motor get hot and settle down is that the housing on the thermostat
MIKUKIA11: Thank you! I watched the whole thing but I have zero experience but at least I'll know what I'm talking about when I go back to the mechanic. Also, it will be great to mention the prices of the parts or tool you use, just so, again, women like myself would know if we are being cheated by the mechanics. Thanks again!
Sean Thompson: Good video, thanks. Looks like ordering these parts from you and doing it myself could save me about $225.00 wow...
CASO: Whoever is recording did a horrible job. Shouldve gotten closer so we can see the things he's actually talking about
I3igmoon: Anyone else notice the cat walking under the truck he is working on? Hope he did not spill any coolant on the ground draining the system. Animals love the taste of coolant.
bfddr0x: Hi, I ordered this kit as I was having this problem. I went to take out the bad thermostat, when I was removing the bolts from the upper housing the back was rounded. I'm having a hell of a time trying to get this bolt out. I've grabbed a bolt extractor socket, but as you know there's little space to get any sort of wrench into a socket to turn it. I've tried with channel locks and a set of small vice rips on the socket, no luck. Any recommendations on how I could get around this to remove the thermostat to install the new one?
Antonio Restrepo: Very informative, but the camera sometimes misses the action. I'm not a skilled mechanic, but with the help of this video, I was able to make the repair and save at least a 100 bucks. Thank you Auto Parts Direct!!.
mvillan666: Not very helpful with the camera 20 feet away.
Auto Parts Direct To You: Yes the upper and lower thermostat housings were replaced. The actual installation happens on the second part of this video (Part 2)
mannysadventures: did you replace the lower and upper thermostat housing in this video?
vnomous92: Put in the thermostat housing this afternoon. Everything went well. Thanks for the extra c-clip and o-ring. No more leaks!
vnomous92: Thanks for the video! The entire area around the thermostat housing on my wife's '03 Explorer has a bunch of white "flakes" everywhere. Other than normal maintenance, this will be the first work done to her motor in almost 186,000 miles. I ordered the housing (PN 013971) last night and looking forward to getting it installed.
2002 Ford Explorer Thermostat Housing Coolant Leak Repair Part 15
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