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Need to change the thermostat on my camry

I just need to change the thermostat on my 1991 Toyota camry Dx. I cannot seem to locate its location. Can you please help me?

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Follow the lower radiator hose to the housing ...do not over tighten the bolts they are on an aluminum housing and the bolts will strip..dont put it in the wrong way ...the little pin that is on the valve should be up

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