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The thermostat valve is located on the intake manifold either at the end of upper or lower radiator hose. The thermostat can be removed by removing the hosing which is attached by two bolts.
The presence of the thermostat can easily be determined by removing the hose pipe and inserting a center finger into the hole. (Be sure that the engine is at room temperature to avoid finger burning).
Your transmission is controlled b the same module that controls your engine. It is called the "Powertrain Control Module" It is located in the front passenger floor board. Pull the carpet back from under the dash on the passenger side and you will see it.
i cannot specifically point out what the problem might be, but an overheating car---never a good thing. check everything related to cooling. fans, radiator, hoses, waterpump, coolant overflow tank(see if its got a brownish color or looks like there is oil), and check your oil while your at it...