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Where is the thermostat on my chevy cavalier 2003

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2.2 in front underneath alternator; 2.2 ecotech...can't remember off the top of my head.

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SOURCE: 2003 chevy cavalier overheats and heater will not

MANY OF THESE VEHICLES REQUE YOU TO "BLEED" THE AIR OUT OF THE SYSTEM. THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING IS HIGHER THAN THE RADIATOR TOP,THUS PRODUCING AN AIR BUBBLE AT THE THERMOSTAT/HEAT SENSOR. THER IS USUALLY A SMALL PLUG OR BLEED FITTING IN THE AREA OF THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING. WARM ENGINE AND BLEED AIR SEVERAL TIMES AS REQUIRED HOPE IT WORKS !!!!!

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wear the hose comes from the top of the water pump an goes to the front of intake .

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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wear the hose comes from the top of the water pump an goes to the front of intake .

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