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I need to know where the thermostat and coolant temperature sensor is located on a 2001 daewoo leganza

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The thermostat is behind the front engine cover and you will also need to remove the timing belt to get at it ,the temperature sensor is on the cylinder head but i cannot remember exactly as i get confused between this vehicle and the opel astra model which is the europeon version or a vauxhall in the UK or a holden down under

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