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2000 chevy s10 bad thermostat

Need location of thermostat so I can replace it because suddenly this winter I went from great heat to almost nothing.

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    decided to replace after intial over heat but it went to normal after going over railroad tracks.. so thought it needed replaced

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The thermostat is located just above the fan shaft, or ontop of the water pump. at least on the 2.2? and 4.3l engines. Which i think was only available. You may have to remove the plastic Vortec cover to see it.

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

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