The thermostat is located on the RH side (passenger side) of the engine, toward the front. A radiator hose goes into a housing. Looking down from the top, there are (normally) two sensors going into the housing. The thermostat is below these and the cover is held onto the block with three bolts. If you replace it, go with an original Nissan brand. It's worth any extra cost.
The thermostat is located directly back from your radiator cap and approx. 6 inchs below the top of your motor. It is connected to the lower radiator hose so if you follow it up to the front of the motor there is the thermostat housing. It is also mounted by 3 small bolt, the one on the bottom you will have to feel for.Be sure to look at the direction of the thermostat as you remove it so you install the new one the same way.
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