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Overheating Where's the thermostat on a 98 crv

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  • Adnargesam Aug 10, 2008

    Normally, the thermostat is at the end of the top (fat) hose going to the engine. However, I just took off that hose and to my surprise, no thermostat there. L Unfortunately, I took the seal off as well. L Thanks to anyone who can help us find the thermostat.

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Thermostat is on the left hand side of the cylinder head, with 2 bolts top and bottom holding the housing to the head,

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