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I am looking for the spot to put the thermostate

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  • ab76edwardth Jan 03, 2011

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You will have to disconnect the radiator hose where the radiator cap is located. The radiator cap housing is connected to the engine by 2 10mil bolts. Take those bolts off and the thermostat is right there. I would reciommend a failsafe thermostat.

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