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I was wondering where the thermostat was located

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Follow the top radiator hose to the engine block. You will see a housing similar to the picture below. The thermostat is mounted under this housing.

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It is located on your engine block..follow your hose from radiator to the end where its clamped on there will be 2 bolts on the part the hose is connected to.remove the hose then the 2 bolts and there is your thermastat behind the 2 bolts and flange.

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Thermostat is in a metal housing at the end of the radiator hose where it connects to the engine.

The housing is held down by two bolts.
Remove the bolts, remove the thermostat and scrape the gasket and sealant from the housing and the manifold.

When replacing, use Permatex #2 - non-hardening gasket sealant.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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