2014 Chrysler Town and Country Thermostat Replacement

2014 Chrysler Town and Country Thermostat Replacement

#autorepair #townandcountry #thermostatreplacement
In this video, I show you a step-by-step guide of the thermostat replacement on a 2014 Chrysler Town & Country. I also posted below the part that I used for this repair. I found it to be identical to OEM quality at a fraction of the price. Your thermostat plays a vital role in your cooling system. In the case that your thermostat is not working Correctly then you found the right video for your repair. Make Sherry you hit the subscribe button and if you found the video to be beneficial please hit the like button as well. This tells me and YouTube that I am doing a good job and giving you quality content. Thank you for your support and don’t forget if you have any questions please leave them in the comments section down below. Thank you!

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————————-Parts Used in Video————————-
Thermostat with Housing- https://amzn.to/2uPhFDY
Hose Clamp Pliers- https://amzn.to/3eKON20
Mechanic Tool Set- https://amzn.to/2Lu4fVY

————————Contents of Video—————————–
0:00 Intro to Video
0:40 Troubleshooting the P0128 Thermostat Malfunction Engine Code
1:15 Overview of the new Thermostat housing
2:18 Start of Repair
3:53 Removal of the air filter box
6:34 Thermostat Housing location
7:25 Thermostat Housing removal

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Eduardo Pedroza says:

My it’s overheating
No code is coming up

David Keagle says:

Great video would love to see you use maybe a go pro or something so we can see better

alicialegates says:

Where do I top off the antifreeze the excess tank or actual radiator

Samir El Khodr says:

Good job, slow and clear.

Tyler Hoskins says:

Will this process work the same for a 2015?

Josh Marsh says:

Hey! Great video! I got mine switched out lickety split but the light still hasn’t turned off. It’s not overheating. Any recommendations?

C Mack says:

Man thanks for the video! I changed out mine, the hardest part was getting the clamp over the hose once I got the themostat in. I just used some pliers to hold the clamp open. I did have to move all that stuff liked you showed in the vid. I don't know how someone could work around the filter and such.

Fernando Checa says:

Gracias por el video, realmente resulto muy sencillo el cambio, mas fácil de lo que pensaba y con la explicación paso a paso que realizas.

Isaac Terwilleger says:

I’m not a car guy by any stretch. However, after watching your video I felt confident making the switch. It went down exactly as you said. Thanks for making this video. Saved me a hundred bones and felt like a got a punch on my man-card. Thanks.

Matthw's Playground says:

Thanks for the video. Do you know if this repair will be the same on the 2016 model?

D E says:

Most of that that was not necessary. You dont need to take off all those hoses and air intake crap!! Just take a SMALL ratchet with 10mm and reach in a take those bolt off…20 minute job to take the thermostat off. use a pan to catch the fluid. You don't want to risk breaking or forget all those other hoses and stuff.

Daniel Crain says:

Thank you for making this video. I'm starting to work on my own van and truck and I used this video to determine if its best to do it myself.

g walker says:

My recommendations:
1. No need to remove all that stuff at the beginning. If you use technique from #2, access is not a problem. Just need to move the power steering reservoir out of the way.
2. Remove screws, bend hose up for access, replace thermostat, and reconnect thermostat. All you have to do is make alignment marks on hose and thermostat and everything lines up perfectly. Way easier.
3. Don't mess with the bleeder. I did and when I tightened it back up the head twisted off. Not pleased. Much easier to just let the engine run and keep adding coolant as air works its way out.
4. Use locking pliers (VISE-GRIP) on that clamp. The pliers will easily hold the clamp open for as long as you need to move it out and back into position.
5. Before starting, use a file to dull that switchblade of a clip that will cut up the back of your hand while your work!

Jershwuh says:

Thanks dude this helped a lot. Got the P0128 code on our 14 today gonna just swap the thermostat out in the morning and see if that fixes the problem. Fingers crossed.

Fladoodly says:

Thank you so much! This video was very easy to follow. I also appreciate you including the socket sizes, it makes the job go even quicker. And better yet, my check engine light is off! Thanks!

John Davidson says:

Once this is replaced will the engine trouble light go off by itself or does it have to be reset through and OBD2 tester?

froggylaurie says:

I have a 2016 T&C Touring. Do you know if it would be the same as your 2014? Thanks!

Wolf wolf awooo says:

I used your video this morning to change my thermostat on my T&C. It would’ve been easier if I hadn’t lost my 10mm and had vice grips but still got it done. Thank you greatly for this!

Rian Schlyper says:

Can you provide the name of the screwdriver tool? I am going to replace my thermostat soon and I want to have all of the parts that you used. The hose clamps might be good as well.

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