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Were is the thermostat in a lincoln ls

Were is the thermostat in a 2000 lincoln ls , my fan works fine, but the car keeps over heating , i have the thermostat to replace with the one that is in it, but I have no idea were it is

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It is located in the top radiator hose nearest the engine block

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If the thermostat doesn't fix the heating problem check all of your hose clamps. the factory clamps are the hard mounted ones. if they break it appears that they are tight however when the line heats up it allows the coolant to spill.

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