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Where is the thermostat on a 1997 Nissan truck?
Follow the hose from the top of the radiator to the metal fitting on the engine (should almost look like half a ball with a fitting the hose is attached to coming out at an angle). The thermostat is located under/between the fitting and the engine block. Drain coolant down several inches in radiator so it's below the level of the fitting. Remove hose/hose clamp from fitting, and 2 bolts from block. Seal SHOULD be a neoprene o-ring, so if it's in decent shape and not damaged/degraded, it can probably be reused, replace if unsure. Change thermostat, replace parts in reverse, and refill coolant in radiator.
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How do you remove a thermostat on a 1998 Pontiac Sunfire?
Facing the front of your car! Look for a hose at the top of your radiator. Follow the hose to where it is clamped on too a fitting on you engine. Loosen the clamp. pull back the hose, you will find 2 bolts on the fitting going to the engine. Remove the bolts, the fitting should come right off. If not! LIGHTLY tap the fitting then remove it. The themostat will be sitting right there! Take it out, make sure you romove any of the old gasket from the fitting and block. Put a light film of perm a gasket or anu type of gasket sealer on the fitting and on the block. Set the new thermostat in the hole, tighten down the fitting (do not over tighten) attach and clamp the hose back on, add fluid. After you car warms up, then check to make sure the nuts or bolts ar secure! You should be on your way! This should take no more then about 15 minutes.