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Is the thermostat easily located and changed without a mechanic and where is it? I don't have a schematic

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Try following the fat hose from the top of the radiator to where it attatches at the top of the engine. this is usually where the thermostat housing is found. good luck. hope this helps.

Posted on Nov 06, 2010

  • brian826 Nov 25, 2010

    that is where it usually is. it's not there.
    it looks like it might be on the bottom hose. ? unusual...

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