Changed out the thermostat today. Decided I'll post a little how to guide. You'll need a new thermostat, a 10mm socket, a 1/2" socket, an extension, a slotheaded screwdriver, about 1/2 gallon of the correct antifreeze, and about 20-30 minutes. Sorry about the cellphone pictures. It's all I had on me at the time.
This is the coolant you can use.
First off you'll need to remove the oil filler cap so you can remove the plastic Hemi shroud. Once you've gotten that out of the way, you'll need to remove a 10mm bolt, loosen two hose clamps, and disconnect a hose to move the giant box out of the way from the front of the engine.
This is the box I'm talking about.
This is the 10mm bolt and one hoseclamp on the back of the box.
Here is the other hoseclamp that goes to where the air filter is.
Here is the hose you'll need to disconnect.
You'll need to pull the box forward to remove it as there is a small post/support that it slides onto. You can see it right below the throttle body.
Next you'll be left with this.
Remove the two 1/2" bolts that connect the upper radiator hose to the engine. The back one is kind of a pain since you can't move the socket wrench too much. Make sure you have a bucket underneath the engine because coolant will start pouring out.
Once you have that removed you'll see the thermostat.
Pry it out with a slot headed screwdriver. There will be more coolant pouring out.
Here's a couple of pictures of my ruined thermostat, and one comparing it to the new one.
The new one.
Comparison between the two.
Now it's time to put the new thermostat into place. Press it into the hole, it's a snug fit so make sure you get it in there. Next do everything in reverse order. Be careful not to overtighten the bolts when you connect the radiator hose back to the engine. Clear your codes and you should be good to go!