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I need to find the truck termostat, where is it?

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ON THE INTAKE MANIFOLD DOWN FROM THE UPPER RADIATOR HOSE..

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The thermostat is located in the front of the intake manifold under the thermostat housing, and follow the upper radiator hose over to where it connects to the engine on the intake manifold and that will be the thermostsat housing. remove the upper radiator hose from the thermostsat housing and remove the ground wire if there is one attaced to one of the two thermostat housing studs, and then remove the two studs/bolts from the thermostat housing and then remove the thermostat from the intake manifold. Be sure to replace the thermostat correctly and here is an image to help assist you.


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At the front of of engine,(center),inside the housing of water outlet

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