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I done a small thread on this in the past and as Pedro says get the correct thermostat as there’s different variations out there..(I found out the hard way)….
plus having small hands is a bonus as it’s so tight in there ( No jokes)….Myself and a friend done mine….never again I went grey over night from it..
.I was sent the wrong one despite being ordered via Vin... Some Mud-mullet did a stock picking error, which ment 2 weeks extra wait for the exchange & and a dispute over that I'd "soiled" the one they sent in error.
Tons of kit to remove, & go back back. Use painters tape to ID every, electrical connection, hose, bracket, & clamps, and take photos. Nb. hose connector at the back of engine is a pig to work with, but easier if the air box is removed. On refill BLEED AIR off the topmost point to minimise air pockets.
I posted a how to with photos on a defunct forum, but this guy's got the goods in sufficient detail.