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I HAVE A ISUZU D/CAB 3.6 2009 BUT THE TEMPERATURE IS GETTING HIGH. I WANT TO CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT BUT DONT KNOW WHERE IT IS SITUATED

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Too hot has many causes
if the thermostat is over 7 years, old the maker tells us
that it is in the upper life span (in the failure rate bath tube curve)
and is easy work fast and cheap.
only cheaper (no leaks)
is new rad cap.
all else takes hard work and testing
if it only overheats at stop lights, say so.
that can be fan related.
There are exceptions, some cars run reverse flow cooling systems
we do not have KB here, so cant even look it up for you.
OP (means orig. poster)
why not post to forum in your country with cars like that.

Posted on Jan 05, 2017

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Follow upper radiator hose to engine. Most hoses go to the thermostat housing

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Probably not the thermostat, but changing it is not gonna hurt. More likely a fan or radiator problem. don-ohio

Posted on Jan 05, 2017

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