Yup, read up on that post but just a couple of questions. Have had the thermostats for a few years now and just getting around to swapping. They are 160. I think I have down the process to drain the AF but not clear on getting access to the thermostat without removing unnecessary components. I saw you asked about removing the thermostat housing vs fishing them out after removing the outlet connection to the hose. Assuming you had to remove the housing? Lastly, once the alternator is out of the way does it allow you to "slide" the housing out without undoing the small hoses connecting to the AF fill "tank" ? I'm just eye balling it now so I know what I'm in for once I start.