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Where is the thermostat located?

For 2 days, my heat hasn't been working. When the heat is turned on, it blows cold air. Today, I let the car run 30 minutes--just to check, and the air was still cold. I checked the antifreeze earlier, & it's up to operating level. Where is the thermostat located? I would like to check...in case that is the problem.

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Follow the top raditor hose to motor. Sometimes it following bottom. But some of time its following the top.

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  • Marie Cain Sep 26, 2012

    So should I find the thermostat at the other end of this hose on the motor end?

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    Dennis Key Sep 27, 2012

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  • Dennis Key
    Dennis Key Sep 27, 2012

    One end to in connected to raditor and the end attacked to thermostat housing.

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