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i assume you mean crank shaft sensor ,if its not on the front puilley then look around the bell housing in the most extreme awkard in accessable position possible because you can bet that is where it is
The thermostat on the 2.0 is located on the right front of the engine. It is in the thermostat housing at the engine end of the lower radiator hose. According to the auto parts stores, there is a square thermostat gasket required, however, this is not correct. On the actual thermostat, there is just a rubber gasket that goes around the thermostat itself.
The thermostat is located on the engine block, where the upper radiator hose connects to the engine. You'll see a large elbow-like component that is attached to the engine with 2 bolts.
Just follow that upper radiator hose and you got the location. When you remove that housing (elbow-like component), you'll see the thermostat. Make sure you note which end of the thermostat is up and which end is down. Don't reverse the install.
Follow the top hose from your radiator to where it goes into the engine block, it should be located right under where you attach the hose to the block. Usually 2 bolts should be able to remove to cover. Pay attention to how it is seated and which dicetion the flow is so you can replace the new exactly the same way.