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Where is the thermostat on 1994 altima 2.4 engine

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Follow the upper radiator to the engine the hose clamps to the thermostat housing the thermostat is sandwiched between that housing and the block.

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Ok i thing if you follow the uper house to the engine rhigt where is conedted i believe the thermostat is inside of the peace

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SOURCE: have a 99 nissan altima that wont heat at an

yes,have suggestion.leaking coolant into the passeger side floorboard? film on the windsheild at anytime? suggest a bad heater core. or this,heater core stopped up.needs to be flushed.flush radiator with a common flush found at autozone,advance autoparts stores.or any other auto parts stores. remove your heater core hoses on the firewall[2 small hoses that go from the motor through the firewall to the heater core itself] flush the heater core there manually.push your water hose to the passenger side there and turn hose 'on' and watch the flow out the other side.[both hoses on the firewall will have to be off[or disconnected]to do this properly. your problems here,and since you've replaced the thermostats twice,suggest that this is your issue. thank you for choosing fixya.com

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