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Damn, I have been thinking you had a 4cly all this time. I'll let someone with a V6 answer this one.
 

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i would think it's the same way as a i4 lower radiator hose. but i could be wrong someone correct me if i'm wrong
 

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Are you talking a temp gauge? Cause your engine should have a thermostat stock. Car's have had them since the 80's and before....
 

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you say it is super simple. when i looked at the lower hose it runs under my alternator so i am assuming i have to remove that at least to take a look at the thermostat housing. is this true.

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^ You don't need to remove the alternator.

Just follow the lower radiator hose till it meets up with the engine. The thermostat housing is right there.

Heres a pic of it on my 3S-FE:

 

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I see your pic but thats not how mines looks. I will try to get a pic of what I am looking at and post it later this evening.

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