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To install thermostat in honda accord lx 1992

I have honda accord LX 1992. Which way the thermostat goes? The face of the thermostat should be towards the engine or the radiator hose?

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Hi there ... I'm not sure if you've pulled the old thermostat out yet. If you haven't pulled it out look at the way it's in. Normally the but end is towards the engine. (**** end is the end with the spring in it)

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