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Is the thermostat located at the end of the upper radiator hose on a 2005 Suzuki Forenza?

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It sounds about right, but you need to remove the thermostat housing, (the part where the hose goes into), to remove the thermostat.

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Where is thermostat located in the Suzuki Forenza 2006

The thermostat is located at the end of the upper radiator hose where it connects to the engine.

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Thermostat for suzuki forenza 2007

old post, . but
same as all cars, in the engine
the J20B engine.
see that large radiator hose.
there are 2, one gets hot first, that hose. is it.
ill answer for USA cars. only. (unless you tell yours)
on this car its the upper hose.
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real... j20b. see X? its there.

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Where is the theromastat located

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2007 Suzuki forenza, where is the thermostat located?

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Note the location and orientation of thermostat relative to the engine. Remove thermostat.

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Make sure new thermostat is oriented properly and reinstall the housing.

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How do i change thermostat on susuki forenza

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Where's located the thermostat in the Forenza 2006

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How do you change the range sensor in a 2007 Suzuki Forenza wagon? The part is $45 (+tx), and they want $180 total to change it. Can I do it myself and save $135? Thanks, in advance.

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