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Where do if find the thermostat for 98 honda crv. i thought i disconnect the right hose but did not see any thermostat

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  • hai_andrew Jan 23, 2009

    that is what i did. but when i took off the bolt i did not see a thermostat.
    thanks

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Follow the top hose from the radiator to the engine... where it meets is your thermostat... two or three bolts hold the hosing on... replace the gasket when you replace the thermostat... and note copper plug part goes in the same way as the old one.

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