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1995 impreza wrx thermostat

Hi , i was just wondering if someone could tell me where the thermostat is in my 1995 impreza wrx, is it a expensive job to change it? thanx

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Hi, the thermostat is just behind the bottom hose. The housing can be removed by undoing the 2 10mm bolts. A new thermostat is about £15.00

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