Question about 2008 Ford Fusion 2.2
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 98 ford ranger 4 cylinder.
Just did this today on my 2000 4 cyl. It was a pain.
First off drain the radiator. There is a piece that sticks out at the bottom on the radiator on the drivers side. Put a large container under it and unscrew the white-ish plastic bolt to release the fluid. Make sure the radiator cap is opened to let it drain quicker. Then remove the top hose. The thermostat housing is at the end of the radiator hose on the engine. There is a bolt on the upper right, right up against the belt shroud for the camshaft. There is one more under the housing to the left. You pretty much have to feel for it. There is not much space to work with so I removed the fan (4 bolts) wiggle it off. To remove the fan you also have to remove the shroud to get it off. No problem just two bolts. This should give you plenty of room to work with. Then remove the housing and exchange parts. Replace the gasket (its a small rubber o ring. Mine looked fine so I left it, but I did put a bead of silicon around it just in case. Reverse the steps and add fluid back to the system.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Thermostat housing and related components—2.3L engine
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
SOURCE: Changed 08 Ford Fusion battery,
Disconnecting the vehicle battery can set fault codes in the computer for "INTERNAL MEMORY KEEP ALIVE MEMORY (KAM) ERROR" (code P0603) or "SYSTEM VOLTAGE LOW" (code P0562). These codes do not normally cause the check engine light to come on unless they are "active" codes, meaning that the problem is occuring on THIS ignition cycle.
The check engine light coming on is most likely not related to the battery having been replaced. However, I have seen wierder things! I would recommend scanning your engine computer (OBD codes) and find out which fault codes are present. If there are no codes other than the ones described above, then clear the codes with the scanner and turn the ignition off then restart the engine to see if the light comes back on. If it does, then there is most likely a problem with your battery or battery cables.
If any types of codes other than those mentioned above are present, then each code must be diagnosed to find the cause.
Posted on Aug 13, 2011
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