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It is probably going to depend on the year, and engine. For the most part, follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to where it attaches to the engine. Usually, the housing that it attaches to contains the thermostat.

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Locate the upper radiator hose. Follow it to the engine. Before it meets the engine, you'll notice that its clamped to a metal housing, usually mounted with 3 ten-millimeter bolts. This is the thermostat housing. Remove when engine is cool. Thermostat is inside. Remove old thermostat and replace ensuring the rubber o-ring aroung the outside of the thermostat if equipped. Good luck.

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A 1986 century, you forgot to list then engine size so i will guess its a v6 engine, if its a four cylinder just follow the top radiator hose to the engine and the same goes for the v6 engine, the housing that the top hose clamps to at the engine is where the thermostat is locted,

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