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Where can i find the thermostat on my citi chico 1.3 2000 model?

My tempreture gauge just stopped working, so my fan doesn't kick in and if it does then the water is boiling hot already. please help! I think the thermostat is broken????

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Hi...just follow your top radiator hose from the radiator to the block. at the block where the hose ends is the thermostat housing. its in there..

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