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I need to find the thermostat location in a mazda '96 B2300 SE


THE THERMASTAT WILL BE LOCATED AT THE ENGINE SIDE OF THE RADIATOR HOSE! ON THE ENGINE, YOU WILL SEE TWO BOLTS HOLDING THE INLET ON THE ENGINE! DRAIN THE RADIATOR, AND REMOVE THE HOSE FROM THE ENGINE INLET! UNBOLT THE INLET, AND YOU WILL SEE THE THERMASTAT, REPLACE IT IN THE SAME WAY THE OLD ONE COMES OUT, (USUALLY THE SPRING SIDE WILL GO IN TOWARD ENGINE)! THEN PLACE THE NEW GASKET ON THE INLET, AND REBOLT IT TO THE ENGINE! REPLACE THE HOSE, TIGHTEN IT DOWN, ADD ANTIFREEZE TILL FULL, START ENGINE, AND CHECK FOR LEAKS! YOU CAN REMOVE THE RADIATOR CAP AND WATCH THE COOLANT, AS THE THERMASTAT OPENS, THE COOLANT WILL START MOVING! REPLACE THE CAP,

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CHECK ENGINE LIGHT CODE P0126 - COOLANT TEMP INSUFFICIENT STABLE OPERATION. NO DRIVABILITY CONCERNS. VEHICLE NOT OVERHEATING OR LOW ON COOLANT. BAD SENSOR???


if the sensor is located in the plastic jug take a small hammer and tap near the sensor gently most of the time there is a small airbubble trapped nera the sensor and it trips the sensor try that first

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