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Re: How To : Install A JET 180 TStat

With the 5.7 it doesnt do any good while sitting in traffic because the 5.7's have hydraulic fans. Not electrical fans where they can be adjusted via diablosport predator. But once you get moving it goes down. Still worth it imo.
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Re: How To : Install A JET 180 TStat

Thanks for this write up Frankie, helped me out a whole lot! Easy install minus the spillage of coolant but its cool! haha Thanks again and +rep for you homie!
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Re: How To : Install A JET 180 TStat

Brief introduction from a new member: I live in Texas and am the proud owner of three Grand Cherokee Laredos -- a 1998, a 2001 and a 2005.

I will be replacing the 195 degree t'stat in my 2005 WK 4.7 liter V8 today. Can anyone suggest the correct torque settings for the two bolts holding the t'stat housing on? Many thanks in advance for any help.
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