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Where do I find the thermostat on a 96 Honda CRV 2 Litre

Is it where the top Raditor hose goes into the engine block?
Or is it where the bottom Raditor Hose feeds into what looks like a heater feeder intersection. poor, discription I know.
I need to replace as engine runs on cold a lot of the time.


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Thermo is on top hose opens to let cool water in once hot water has activated it so yes it will be on top hose on block

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