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Looking for thermostat

Can u tell me where the thermostat is located on my 99 volkswagen jetta

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  • Mike Hepp Dec 13, 2008

    hoping someone will also tell me where the thermostat is located... cold air blows and the engine is over heating.. its zero out side and my **** is freezing.

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Depends on what motor is in the car.

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