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Where is the thermostat located? I might also need to replace the water pump. I'm not familiar with this engine. By the way it's a 1.8 liter.

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The 1.8 is Toyota's 7A-FE engine. It is located in the housing on the side of the engine block on the gearbox side of the engine beneath the distributor. The lower radiator hose connects to this housing:
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SOURCE: Where is the thermostat located on a 3.0 liter

Follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the engine where the hose stops. Under the housing where the hose is attached to the engine is the thermostat.

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