Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
If you want specific instructions, you'll need to provide enough information so we can figure out what engine you have. At least make, model, year, engine.
In general, most thermostats are at the engine-end of the large hose/pipe that goes from the engine to the radiator, on top of these items. Remove the rubber hose, and then remove the nuts from the housing on the engine side. The thermostat is right under that housing.
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