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Cant find thermostat on 1994 toyota camry

Cant find thermostat on 1994 toyota camry 6cyl. fluid is boiling out of overflow

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Its on the driver sidde of the engine. You will see the radiator hose running to the thermostat housing. You must remove the radiator hose and thermostat housing to see it. also make sure your radiator caps seals aren't leaking, especially the one on the top passenger side of the engine!!

Posted on May 10, 2010

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    januthenface May 10, 2012

    basically the bottom hose follow it to the block! theres a housing take out the 2 bolts and u got it!



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