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Old 08-25-2017, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question What is this part called? (thermostat housing?)

I have overheating issues (when idle, low speed), and it looks like my car is missing the thermostat. But of course, when removing the cap, the bolt snapped. See photo linked below. I've spent hours trying to get the bolt off without success. I think it's probably simpler to just replace the entire part.

Anyone know what the part with the stuck bolt is called, or where I can find one?


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That I suspect is the intake manifold, I could be more definitive if you had taken the time to tell us what vehicle/engine you have, and I suspect that removing the broken bolt might prove easier than locating a replacement.

Try soaking the bolt with penetrating oil before removing it with a vice grip or similar tool, also try "rocking" it back & forth (tighten/loosen/repeat) whilst soaking it - if all else fails cut it off flush with the flange, center punch it and then very carefully drill it out and then either tap it or helicoil it.
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Looks like many to chose from and I suspect difficult to find. I'd still try to remove the old one and as said drill out once desperate. I'd also heat the area as much as safely possible.

Mr Fordem is correct, it's the intake manifold. Looks like the 410 as referred to in your other posts.

https://www.catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki...VwSWQ9PTg2MjEw
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Looking at the poop in there I'd give it a good flush out as the radiator may well be best part blocked.
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