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Remove lower splash shield, follow lower coolant hose to engine thermostat housing.

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You are low on coolant that is the most common reason that hose will do that. You likely need to bleed the air out of the cooling system. I also suggest you replace the radiator cap as it may cause this as well, but that is very rare.

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I chAnge my water pUmp about 2 months ago so I just change my themorstat. And the temperature gauge still going up so what should I do

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Where is themorstat?

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