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My CAR LEAKED WATER AND MY HUSBAND TRIED TO REMOVE A HOSE THAT WAS CONNECTED TO THE RESERVIOR TANK AND .THE PLASTIC CONNECTION BROKE. HOW CAN IT BE FIXED AND WHERE IS THE THERMOSTAT LOCATED??

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Im sorry to say that the plastic connection can not be glued
its a polycarbon (bet i spelt that wrong) and no glue will stick it
so you need a new part now,,,the thermostat is were the top hose fits on the engine,,(thats the big hose from the top of the rad)

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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