Joseph Wagner: The bottom bolt is pure evil. Thank God it's slotted.
John McNaughton: Would this apply for a 95 Buick Regal 3100?
MrEddieGwatz: I seen alot of post regarding the wrench that was used you can purchase one, or see if you can rent one from your part store it's called a "Half-Moon" wrench and it's a 13mm for this application. Wal-Mart has them for inexpensive. I'll include a link https://www.walmart.com/c/ep/13mm-half-moon-wrenches
BiHlover80's: Its more difficult then you just explained . Also, the problem with bottom bolt is worst then viewers can imagine. If this was so "" easy "", why don't you record it , and make it possible for people to see it? There's a lot more to remove it to get access to the bottom bolt on thermostat housing. If this was easy job I believe you would show it to us as you did in some of your prior videos. Sorry man but sometimes we all have to admit when something is not easy even though it's not your fault it's the stupid GM engineer who design this engine. Thank you for shering anyway.
Bobby stelpstra: You DO NOT need to fully remove the lower bolt, just loosen it a few turns.
DUNN RITE: nice but I like to take the throttle off way more room no bleeding knuckles
Joel Scharfenberg: Good job sir... Good camera angles and descriptions... Thanks
Larry Wilson: I loosened the heat shield from the exhaust, then put a very short 13 mm socket onto the bottoe bolt. It's very tight fit but it will go on. For the socket, use one that will allow you to use a open ended wrench on the end. Do this just enough to loosen the bolt and take the socket back off before finger loosening the bolt or else you will pich your socket in between the exhaust and the thermostat housing.
DR. Janos Rukh: wrap a piece of solid wire around bottom bolt to hold and start, then pull it off.
old fool: chevy thermostats! fun fun!!! Dont break that housing even more fun! Great video by the way thanks
in0culate78: putting that bolt in on the back side is a pain
Ruben Torres: queeeeeee?....what....?
TheBeauty: For anyone curious, this DOES NOT work for a Pontiac Aztek 2001, same engine, but there's a damn intake line in the way that blocks everything up...take my word for it...
Dave Shannon: Thank you SO much. very well done video. The towels were a good idea to catch falling tools, bolts,etc. But I ended up using a hard-access, curved 11mm/13mm double box-end wrench and tieing a string to the 11mm end, attached the other end of the string to the carb. so I could easily fish out the dropped wrench - which I did MANY times. This allowed me to dispense with the towels. I also backed out the bottom bolt just enough to clear the thermostat so there was no need to restart the bolt (so glad I did that) ... After 4-1/2 hours, half of which were filled with cursing, I got the job done for $15 instead of $400. Great excuse for a warm down in the hot-tub licking my wounds after prolonged torture. Your hands must be miniscule!
vvidrio: Thank you, it really helped me and it's a done job! Again Thanks!
Anthony Slade: My temperature hand goes up and down while I'm driving but it's not over heating does that mean I have to change the thermostat
Mark Webb: The GM engineer that designed this T stat system should be flogged.
Red Rider7: Oh the joys of having XXL hands and trying to work on nowadays vehicles. LOL. Thank you for this video!
American by Birth Southern by the Grace of GOD: I'm a CDJR tech and I have to say bud you make a really good How-To video! It gives me some good ideas for how to make a few myself on the CDJR line ups, so THANKS