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How do u put the thermoatat in and wish way dose it face

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Follow your upper radiator hose to the top of your motor. This is the thermostat housing. You might have to drain some coolant from your radiator first. Remove the bolts from the thermostat housing and lift off. Your thermostat is located under this. The spring side of the thermostat should be in the motor. Remember to replace the rubber seal around the thermostat. Replace the housing and tighten the bolts. Refill the cooling system and start vehicle and check for leaks.

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HI
dose it start again?? dose it have acceleration in the first 20 second ??
if not . check the fuel pressure , fuel filter & fuel injectors
check and give us more details to help you again
with my best wishes


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