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IS there a mechanical thermostat and where would it be?3.0 litre

I dont see a housing on the upper rad hose.Its overheating lots of coolant and fan is working.No heat in vehicle

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    where the upper hose connects to the engine block, what do you see?




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Some vehicles have the thermostat inline from the bottom radiator hose . trace the hose and look for the housing

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3. Head Gasket - leaking, causing low coolant level
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