This was a pretty easy install - once you remove the air intake and other plastic parts that obscure the engine below, the thermostat is fairly accessible. I didn't replace the water pump, but I did replace the radiator hoses, which were original. If you do replace the thermostat, note the torque requirements when installing the new part - it's a plastic housing, so the torque spec is pretty low.
By the way, I've attached photos of the old (broken) thermostat vs. what a new one looks like - note the missing hardware on the broken one...
Last edited by miami75; 10-09-2013 at 11:22 AM.