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Big black tube from your engine, to your radiator.... close to the engine. The thermostat is going to look like an ovular coupling with two bolts 180 degrees from each other. Very easy and inexpensive to replace.
remove upper radiator hose.. if you trace it back to the engine, you will see the thermostat housing.. should be two bolts.. make sure when you reinstall you clean the surface good, and re applicate with gasket sealer, or gasket..
follow top hose from radiator to engine, it connects to steel tube with a plat and 2-3 boltshold plate down. sypgon radiator down into clean bucket, remove bolts, take out thermostat, clean both mounting surfaces very clean until only metal showing put in new thermo put gasket on tighten bolts and add antifreeze