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Cannot locate thermostat to replace

Thought it was along top rad pipe to engine but took off and was not there

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It's missing!
first why not tell everyone what engine is there, most suzuki
have like 2 to 5 engines, offered day one.
2005
this wiki line accurate?
A third generation Wagon R was launched in Japan in September 2003 for the Wagon R's tenth Anniversary, but now only as a 660 cc K6A-engined kei car

so is it a K6A?
did you go to suzuki dot come, yet, and click parts
then click your engine, and see the drawing under cooling yet>?
that be first. see what's missing?

i see free manuals on google. use google.
first google hit shows pdf service for K6A
and this. also used in Alto;s we have neither in uSA.

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