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Where is the thermostat housing on a 2000 park avenue?

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Follow the upper radiator hose back to the engine. Where the hose connects to should be the thermostat housing.

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need to take car somewhere to have the code read with a scanner,try parts stores first some will do it for free if not the dealers have them

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