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84 ford bronco 2 thermostat

My 84 bronco had no thermostat in it. i went to put a new one in and the hosing that sits over top of it cracked. i ordered a new one to replace it with. at the parts store the guy sold me the thermostat, the gasket, and a circular cork gasket. i can't figure out where the cork gasket is supposed to go. also does anyone know hoe the thermostat fits in? is it bell up or down? anything would be a great help.

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Tha gasket goes on the housing, the copper side should go down.

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