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Wher is the thermostat on a 1994 Honda Accord?

I want to change the thermostat on my wifes 1994 Honda Accord, but I am not sure where it is. Can anyone point me the way or do you know of a web site that will include a picture? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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It should be on the lower left side of the dash board

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