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Delia esqued, To find the thermostat housing, you need to follow the upper radiator hose and see where it connects to the engine. This is usually the housing you seek. There will be two bolts holding this on. Sometimes it is on the lower hose, but this is rare for GM vehicles. Good luck with this.

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