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Cant find the location of the thermostat 2000 silverado 4.3 engin

Where is the thermostat located ?

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Follow your Upper Radiator Hose to the Motor. It will Connect to a Bell Housing that is Mounted on the Top of the Block. Remove this Bell Housing and the Thermostat is Underneath the Bell Housing. Install the New one the EXACT same way that this one can out. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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