Here are instructions, let me know if you have questions. Thanks
It takes a little bit of looking around and manuvering, but you should be enough room to get a pair of pliars in there to remove coolant hose going to thermostat, once you get that hose removed there will be more room to access the two bolts. Loosen upper radiator hose clamp at water hose connection and disconnect upper radiator hose from water hose connection. Let me know if there is anything else I can do to help. Thanks again.
You can remove the air cleaner assembly to get some room. I would have appreciated if you would have asked me more questions before leaving me neutral feedback.
Yes, I have been paid.....Thank You. You can get the thermostat out without removing anything else or you can remove the upper intake plenum. Its really up to you how much you want to remove or how much you feel you need to remove to be comfortable.