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What is the small electric censer in the bottom of the valley on a 3.2L V6 in a 99 rodeo? I had to change the thermostat and broke the little censer while i was at it.

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Hi,im not shore,I think it might be temp-gage,
if you warm car up a bit, then take wire off broken switch,
get some one to hold the wire on switch you have a look at temp-gage then when car is warm get the person who is holding the wire to remove it from the switch,if the temp-switch gose down then replace the switch as it is the temp-switch.
good luck.

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How too change the thermostat on a izuso rodeo v6


but first it has to want to change,?,,,, LOL.....

well you can youtube and see 10,000 folks doing this....
all are same, only the exact spot varies.
what V6 , which size? use real engine names. and no year stated !!
1: drain coolant from bottom of RAD (drain plug or pull hose there)
2: remove hose from thermoatat housing, this is the gets hot first hose to Rad.
3: unbolt , housing
4: remove and replace thermostat, not getting it backwards, or failing to get bleed hole (aka. jiggle pin) up hill.
5: reassemble the housing with proper sealant or gaskets the match you unstated engine. nor year,


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