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Coolant Thermostat Housing

kdchrcz20

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Was told by garage that the above is leaking...How big ah job is this to change?

Thanks K
 

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Its not too bad a job there are a few videos on YouTube for the mini equivalent a bit fiddly and there is a pipe that runs at the back of the engine that if dislodged is a pig to get back in.
 

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Was told by garage that the above is leaking...How big ah job is this to change?

Thanks K
garage done it for me for 80 pound labour, i bought the part from ebay store, just make sure its the right one as the thp 200 and thp 156 versions are different
 

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Its also worth noting that the seals in the banjo fitting on the Turbo coolant pipe from the block are another big suspect for leaks on the RCZs prince engine !
I would only buy the dealer part because from experience I know that some aftermarket parts will fail as they came without the electrical connection upgrades needed to wire them in especially on the 207 GT
 
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