coolant outlet housing

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  1. tommyturbo

    tommyturbo SHO Member

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    While replacing the thermostat today as part of replacing the oem radiator on my 90 MTX, even being very careful one of the studs snapped off. I need the coolant outlet housing if anyone has one. I'm in Woodland washington, near portland, oregon. I've reached out to shosource and am awaiting a reply, but incase they don't have one figured I would start looking. Thanks!
     
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    Hit up Dan Barbush SV&HOdan on the board. He usually has parts cars
     
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    zoomlater SHO Member Supporting Member

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    is it this one? this is on ebay now, says it out of a 93 3.2, $19.00
    There is another one, but comes with more parts, but also from an ATX car

    search for: SHO thermostat housing
     
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    tommyturbo SHO Member

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    that is the one, mine is a 3.0 mtx, not sure if this is same or different between the 3.2 and 3.0
     
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    Looks the same. If you still need one, I’ve got multiple. All from 3.0. $10 plus shipping.
     
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    If there is still some stud sticking out then remove what's left along with the other one and just use bolts. That's what I did with my 89 years ago.

    -Chad
     
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