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Thank you Terry, As stated,the thermostat housing has both radiator hoses at same location,& thermostat is on the lower one,as they are over and under does the top hose still go to the thermostat?

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In this specific case, the housing contains the thermostat, and when the temperature is low, the coolant circuit is confined only into the engine block, the temperature is raising quick. When the coolant temperature get the operating range, the thermostat open the circuit and allow the coolant goes into the radiator. Both hoses have direct connection with the thermostat in this arrangement.

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On most vehicles top radiator hose goes to thermostat. God-Bless!

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    water goes through thermostat top hose to get to radiator. Bottom hose is to return water to engine.

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