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Location: Ontario, Canada
Year and Trim: 1984 Bonneville, base model.
Since the 1984 Bonneville, had leak problems on the thermostat. I figured I'd share just how easy and simple it is to repair.

You need the following tools to complete the work.

1. Socket for removing the 10MM bolt.
2. Scraping tool.
3. Acetone.
4. Some RTV.
5. New gasket.

It's step by step instructions, let me know if you have any problems, thanks guys.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CF2-a5kjcg4/

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