Question about 1992 Chevrolet Lumina
Look towards the front of the engine compartment to where you see about a 2" black hose coming from the top on the radiator. Follow that hose to where it takes you to the top of the engine towards the front of the engine(front being the side where the belts & pulleys are. The hose goes to the top of the intake manifold. Take that hose off, take the two bolts off that hold the part the hose goes onto and between that hose barb and the engine block is your thermostat.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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