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How do you replace the thermostat and where is it located on a Pontiac Sunfire?

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2015-07-16 18:25:46
2015-07-16 18:25:46

To change the thermostat on a sunfire,look for the largest hose going into the water pump.Should be to the left as you look down at your fan.There should be a clamp holding the hose on. Remove the hose and look in the hole that the hose was pulled out of. It will be seated right there.If you need a pic. I have a manual and I can email it to anyone . My email is: jaybird@supercity.ca

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