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Thread: 3.6L V6 Thermostat Housing Replacement

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    Been Around the Block jeepsterchris's Avatar
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    This is my chore for tomorrow...same hairline crack in my T-Stat housing...

    Great write up! Now I'm ready...
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    I had a crack in my housing a year after I got my wrangler dealer did all the work for me under warranty

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    Quote Originally Posted by rogerk93 View Post
    I had a crack in my housing a year after I got my wrangler dealer did all the work for me under warranty
    I believe the housing is subject the the 3 year, 36k mi warranty
    The build of "Equinso-Ocha", aka White Devil:
    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?3...White-Devil%29

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    I might have to do this sooner than I'd hope. hahaha.. Thanks for the incredibly detailed write up!

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    Really appreciate this write up. Hardest part was the radiator hose clamp for me, it did not want to come off. But this really made it a cake walk. Well done!


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    I have a 2012 Grand Cherokee and this helped me in replacing the thermostat. I kept looking because I wasn't used to a gasket other than the old paper one that needed sealant. Thanks for the information and pictures.

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    Great write up.

    Had code P0128 pop up and after monitoring live data on my diagnostic tool noted that the temp was taking way to long to ramp.

    Used your excellent write up and problem solved.

    Thanks!

    DC

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    Nothing but a Thing scull20's Avatar
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    Glad to see that this write up is still continuing to be helpful!
    The build of "Equinso-Ocha", aka White Devil:
    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?3...White-Devil%29

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    I'm a sucker for DIY threats. Well done, nice write up, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomstromie View Post
    I have a 2012 Grand Cherokee and this helped me in replacing the thermostat. I kept looking because I wasn't used to a gasket other than the old paper one that needed sealant. Thanks for the information and pictures.
    Quote Originally Posted by scull20 View Post
    Glad to see that this write up is still continuing to be helpful!
    First time I saw this Ryan - great write up. You need to go back & put your PE stamp on those diagrams now!

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