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Wher is the thermostat on my 95 jetta with the 2.0

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The themostat is located on the front passenger side of the car . Follow the hose coming from the raditator and it will lead you to the location of the thermostat. You have to move the power steering pump out of the way for easier access of the thermostat.

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