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Thermostat sticking drove 200 miles with thermostat stuck on high so no heat. Where is thermostat in engine? 1989 plymouth reliant k 4 cyclinder

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Follow the top radiator hose to the top part of the motor and youll fine the thermostat there the housing is held on by 2 bolts

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