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Anybody have a diagram of the coolant system and where the thermostat sits
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Anybody have a diagram of the coolant system and where the thermostat sits
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Follow the top radiator hose to the engine. That is where the t-stat is. Remove the air cleaner and top radiator hose. Remove 2 ten mm nuts and pry pressure sensor bracket off of studs. It is tight but will move. Remove 2 more ten mm nuts and the t-stat and t-stat housing lifts off of the studs. Use a new O ring when re-installing. about 5 bucks at dealer. This is for a 6.0 but I think they would be the same.
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Follow the top radiator hose to the engine. That is where the t-stat is. Remove the air cleaner and top radiator hose. Remove 2 ten mm nuts and pry pressure sensor bracket off of studs. It is tight but will move. Remove 2 more ten mm nuts and the t-stat and t-stat housing lifts off of the studs. Use a new O ring when re-installing. about 5 bucks at dealer. This is for a 6.0 but I think they would be the same.
not even close to the same. ya have fun with that job. not a dyi project unless you have a day to do it. it pays about 3 hours to do under warranty.
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there are 2 t-stats on a 6.4 and I agree the job sucks
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there are 2 t-stats on a 6.4 and I agree the job sucks
What's the reasoning behind 2 t -stats?
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they are different temps I believe so you get different amounts of flow, I gave up trying to figure out why ford does stuff a long time ago
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