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Old 12-15-2004, 11:01 PM   #1
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Amazingly stupid question here...where would i locate the thermostat to replace it?
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next to ur throttle body were the radiator hose connects to the engine there should be 2 bolts remove them and the thermostat should be underneath
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If you go out and buy a Chiltons it'll show you where to look.... wish I had a pic to show you. By the way, I'm guessing you're an AFI fan?
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AFI? eww
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If you go out and buy a Chiltons it'll show you where to look.... wish I had a pic to show you. By the way, I'm guessing you're an AFI fan?
CHILTONS! CHILTONS! CHILTONS! I can't say it enough - the best $15 you will spend for your car!
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If you go out and buy a Chiltons it'll show you where to look.... wish I had a pic to show you. By the way, I'm guessing you're an AFI fan?
CHILTONS! CHILTONS! CHILTONS! I can't say it enough - the best $15 you will spend for your car!
or get a FSM that is the best that money can buy for your car
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