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1998 camry thermostat

I have not had much heat for many years. I decided te change my thermostat. I took off the two nuts and pulled apart and there was no thermostat even in that location. So i bougth a Stant 13758 per the recommendation of the parts store. It idin't fit. The dia of the opening was smaller then the thermostat. What didi i do wrong? Or was there never suppose to be one on this engine. The wierd thing is there was no recess for the thermstat on the engin block for this unit.

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You didnt do anything wrong it was the companys mistakke so you should return the thermostat and get your money back

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