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Keep overheating where is the thermostat located at ?

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The thermostat is located right under the intake air hose.

Posted on May 30, 2009

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Check the fan, the engine cooler, or the antifreeze, thats the same problem I had with my 1998 Mazda Millenia, the antifreeze pump was not working and my car was literaly smoking hot.

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How do i fix overheating and where is the thermostat situated?


Thermostat usually located at end of hose going to the top of radiator and going to top of motor.

And until you fix it you can always run the heater full blast with windows wide open and do not drive fast to keep heat buildup to minimum.

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PHOTO OF THERMOSTAT HOUSING IN A 2000 CAVALIER


Check this on 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier 2.2L SFI OHV 4cyl...

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Fig. 1: The thermostat is located in the lower radiator hose on the 2.2L engine


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Apr 16, 2012 | 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier

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I need to know were the thermostat is located


According with your type engine...


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Fig. 1: Thermostat and gasket-4A-F engine



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Fig. 2: Thermostat and gasket-4A-GE engine

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Fig. 3: Thermostat and gasket-4A-FE and 7A-FE engines

Keep in mind that tTe thermostat is installed on the inlet side of the water pump. Its purpose is to prevent overheating of the coolant by controlling the flow into the engine from the radiator.

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2003 jeep wrangler temp guage keeps going up and down.the check gauge light goes off and on. appears to be overheating


It sounds like you need a new thermostat. Have a trusted mechanic replace your thermostat, shouldn't cost more than $20-30. The thermostat is located in your thermostat housing on the engine and is connected to the Upper Radiator Hose. Remove the 2 bolts and change the thermostat.

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My 2000 Chrysler LHS is overheating everytime i drive it..i need to replace the thermostat..but how do i go about that? and where is it located? i lost my owners manual


It isn't necessarily the thermostat that is bad. When the thermostat goes bad, it usually gets stuck in the open position, because it never closes, and it won't effect the cooling of the engine. Or should I sat the overheating of an engine. Your thermo is located on the engine at the end of the top hose, a dome shaped fitting, it is in there, but,, the overheating could be something else. Check the top of your radiator for oil floating on there, check to see if there is steam coming out the exhaust, keep an eye on the water level, check the coolant, and don't run it if it gets hot. A compression check will tell exactly what is going on in there, if it is a head gasket, usually what happens when a car starts to overheat. Hope this helps.

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Car keeps overheating, got a new radiator, better for a few weeks now overheating again, appears to be leaking from underneath? any thoughts


sounds like the thermostat on this 1 aswell. its located underneath the car next to the oil filter.

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