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Where is the thermostate located for the antifreeze its over heating

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It is the fuse out for the fans I had to run a wire from the fuse to the fan motor .in the fuse box all you you will need is one wire an hook it up to the fuse that will come on when you turn the key on an you will need to no on the fan my have to check each wire so you can get the fan to go in the right way

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