Question about 2001 Ford Windstar
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Follow the upper radiator hose to theengine. The hose clamp on the end is clamped to the thermostathousing. Drain the coolant through the petcock valve on the radiator,or place a large pan under the vehicle to catch what escapes. It'seasier to remove the hose from the therm housing, then remove thehousing. (put the thermostat back in the way it came out. Pointy endtowards the radiator.) Clean off the old gasket from both surfaces,install new therm, apply new gasket. reverse procedure and top offwith coolant.
Posted on Feb 27, 2010
the thermostat is in the thermostat housing. that is the end part of the upper radiator hose, where it connects to the engine. assuming the car is otherwise running OK it is not your problem, replacing it is a waste of your time. most likely the heater core is shot, that is where you should be looking. it sits within the heater box which is most likely behind the dash under the glove box, over the passenger footwell.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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Just follow the top hose that comes from the radiator,and it should be at the end of the hose, If you have 3.0L engine then there should be two blots on top of the Thermostat cover and one at the bottom,And if you got 3.8 L engine then there will be two,One in each side. Good luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
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