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2009 Jaguar XF Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Eurospare

P311-1010E95    New

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2009 - Jaguar XF
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1984 - Ford Ranger
Ishino Stone
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1981 - Mazda GLC
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1973 Jaguar XJ12 Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Genuine

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1973 - Jaguar XJ12
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1982 - Jaguar Vanden Plas
Victor Reinz
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1990 - Ford F Super Duty
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1985 Ford Bronco Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Gates

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1985 - Ford Bronco
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2000 Lincoln LS Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket Stant

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2009 - Land Rover LR2
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  • Production: 04/1990-09/1990
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1991 - Mitsubishi 3000GT
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1999 - Mitsubishi 3000GT
Ishino Stone
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Ishino Stone Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
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1987 - Chrysler Conquest
Ishino Stone
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Ishino Stone Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
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  • Production: 06/1982-06/1983, (Water Outlet Gasket)
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1983 - Mitsubishi Cordia
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Ishino Stone Engine Coolant Thermostat Gasket
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1984 - Mitsubishi Cordia
Ishino Stone
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  • Production: 05/1991-05/1992, (Water Outlet Gasket)
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1992 - Mitsubishi Expo

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99 Blazer heating problems

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Question From sonordrumr on 99 Blazer heating problems

Tom,
Thanks for the reply. Yeah, my model doesn't come with a cabin air filter and the vehicle isn't exposed to any harsh elements such as pine needles. I may have some dust and dirt in there though. Who knows what could get in those diverter doors? I wonder if I've still got some air in the system? I thought for sure I found the problem when the reservoir was blocked but soon after the cold/lukewarm returned. There is a threaded bolt in the thermostat housing that has me wondering. Is that for bleeding the system or what is it for? I took the reservoir out the other day to clean it out. Would that constitute bleeding the system again to rid the system of air?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

That plug in t-stat housing could be for a sensor you don't have. It's after the t-stat so really shouldn't be the spot to let air out but if you want to try, go for it. If you take radiator cap off it should be full to spilling if it's been a while since filled properly. If there's still room to add coolant there fill it up as it should purge out to recovery tank and only be able to draw liquid back in - self bleeding in time.

What engine is in this? I have a 5.7 myself and it's not fussy about an air lock. Do check the cap and level again. The cap should maintain pressure when warmed and you can feel that in upper hose right there. When it cools the little dime flapper under cap opens and allows fluid back in. I'm guilty as all hell for not replacing caps as much as I should and they do cause problems. I clean them all the time though and use silicone grease on the rubber parts (two) so they stay working a long time.

This could be the trouble and shame on me for not thinking of it!!!!

T

Response From sonordrumr

My engine is the 4.3 litre V6 Vortec. 231 cu. in. I think. I just replaced the cap when I replaced the water pump and heater hoses. Seems to have plenty of pressure on upper hose.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok: That engine is a 5.7 with 2 cyl cut off - really! If rad is staying full that isn't it. It still could hold pressure but not seal at the unsprung gasket and purge out air or coolant there and not pull back just coolant. I'm still thinking

T

Response From sonordrumr Top Rated Answer

A leak at the thermostat gasket on the housing? Or a bad t-stat?

2003 mitsubishi eclipse GTS

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Question From hem63 on 2003 mitsubishi eclipse GTS

2003 eclipse GTS 3.0 58,000 miles I think

On daughter's car just had the radiator, thermostat, gasket, hoses replaced because temp gauge in too hot range. Also added freon, oil, leak check dye. Now steam comes out from under hood, passenger side(A/C side). Mechanic said prob burning off spilled fluids. That seemed ok at first but too much steam to be that. Do see A/C water under car and reddish brown fluid under front left. Drove it 55 miles to give it back to her when this happened... any ideas...thanks...

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

hem; The condensation drain is on the passenger side, near the firewall. Common for moisture during A/C or DEF use. The other liquid, though, sounds like transmission fluid. Trans. fluid burns a whitish color, can be mistaken for steam? Maybe, dripping onto the exhaust? Does the 'steam' have any smell to it? If it smells 'sweet', could be coolant.

Response From hem63

smells a little but not the sweet smell.... so if it is transmission fluid what can that mean? thank you

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

hem; You'll just have to do some inspecting to see where the leak is coming from...Could be a very slight leak coming from a pan gasket or cooling line. Most fluids are flammable under the right conditions, so do get it checked as soon as possible. Of course, keep a close eye on all fluid levels in the mean time.

Response From hem63

Looks like liquid was transmission fluid. Tightened what was loose and added fluid. Test drove and seems ok. Double checking in the morning. Appreciate the help!

2004 Chevy Matiz water leaks when engine hot

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Question From Matizdriver on 2004 Chevy Matiz water leaks when engine hot

Hello,
Having problems with my Chevy Matiz 0.8 L. I have had water hose, water pump, timing belt replaced recently. But after a few days, water has again regularly started to leak when car has been driven for a few kilometers. I thought it had to do with the thermostat gasket which might leak when it opens after water has gained required temperature. Had this idea after reading from a service manual. Kindly advise.

Thanks,

Response From Hammer Time

You need to pressure test the cooling system to determine where the leak is.

Response From Matizdriver Top Rated Answer

Okay thanks , but do you think gasket may be the issue as one mechanic suggested, although there is no oil in surge tank. Wonder what may be the other symptoms.

Thermostat Housing

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Question From boomer91rs on Thermostat Housing

I'm putting my 91 Camaro RS with 305 TBI "E" engine back together, replacing most every part. I could use some help with the thermostat housing, in looking to replace it with a new OEM style housing I have discovered the OEM style housing has two threaded holes in it, the one that was on the engine before the rebuild does not, and looks a lot like the housing on the v-6. I figure the one hole is for the temp. sending unit which was in the intake manifold when I got the car. Can anyone tell me, is the housing with the two threaded holes correct? and if it is, what is the other hole for? or can I use the style housing that came on the engine and leave the temp. sensor in the manifold? (I'm looking to get the car back to more of a stock style)

Boomer

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I think what you are finding is that OE housing is now not as specific as the car was new. The extra threaded ports no doubt accommodate sensors that are used in other applications. If the one you want has just the plain two holes for the thermostat gasket you can get those aftermarket, in chrome or plain to paint or clear-coat as you wish,

T

Coolant leak

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Question From gayleg_227 on Coolant leak

2002 Ford Taurus
98,000 + miles

In later 2009, I bought a used Ford Taurus.
Immediate Problem: 1) no heat, 2) coolant resevoir was completely brown.
What the mechanic did in January 2010: 1) Replaced resevoir, and 2) replaced thermostat gasket.
Result: hardly noticeable heat.
Problem: 1) no heat, 2)resevoir is brown
What they did in Feb. 2010: 1) Coolant Flush all day. 2)saw no need for heater core replacement.
Result: no heat.

Now: 1)coolant leaks to ground from several front areas of the car
2) resevoir completely brown, 3) resevoir holds no coolant - it just leaks to ground.
4) the coolant gauge in my car never goes to hot - indicates cold to mid level.
What they say: Mechanic #1 - needs bottom radiator hose - $177 includes labor
What they say: Mechanic #2 - needs new radiator right now- $500 includes labor. They also say they may need to replace heater core. ($300)
At every stop, I pour water in resevoir but I know this cannot last. Can these problems really be fixed or do I need another car. Thanks.

Response From Hammer Time

Once a cooling system has been unmaintained and ruined like yours. It can be a very big projected to ever get it right. I don't know who is going to put a heater core in there for $300 because that job is closer to $1300 that $300.

Response From gayleg_227 Top Rated Answer

Thank you for your response.