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No heat .. oil is good and cooalnt also. could it be the thermostat? and where is it located?

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The thermostat is located on the lower radiator hose. The best and easy way to do it is remove the headlights, radiator, power steering pulley and bracket and alternator. Once all that is out of the way there are 3 bolts holding the thermostat housing in place remove the 3 bolt and remove the housing and there is your thermostat. Its a fairly easy job once you remove all those items

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