Question about 2004 Suzuki Verona
If you know what the radiator is, find it and note there are two large hoses connecting it to the top and bottom of the engine block. the thermostat is generally in a housing just where the top hose connects to the block. so you have to drain the system, take off the hose, unbolt the housing, remove the thermostat, clean all metal surfaces, install the new thermostat and gasket if provided, bolt the housing back on, put on a new hose, and refill the system. let it idle with the cap off a good long while to burp the air pockets out.
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Find the hoses that leave your radiator.
Trace the top hose back to your engine.
Locate the thermostat housing attached at the end of that hose. Verify the location in your owner's manual, as some manufacturers house the thermostat at the bottom of the radiator rather than the top. This makes removal far more difficult.
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