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I need to change the radiator thermostat in a 1994 chrysler lhs, does it have anything to do with airconditiong and the car ran hot? Aaron Foots

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It doesnt really have anything to do with A/c.The thermostat is located under the housing that the top radiator hose connects to on the motor.pretty simple job.The car may run hotter with the A/C on because it has to work a little harder to run A/C pump.But when A/C is on so should the A/C fan which should help cool it a little

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