Question about 2003 Ford E-Series
2003 ford transit 2.4 td 16 valve
Follow the upper radiator hose to where it attaches to a housing (2bolts hold the housing in place) remove the hose clamp here and then remove the housing bolts, inside the housing is your thermostat. Clean off the surface of the housing, and where it attaches to the engine. Install the thermostat, and a new gasket (or O -ring ), carefully replace the housing, being sure the thermostat doesn't slip out of position, tighten the housing bolts, reattach the radiator hose to the housing, add coolant to proper level, check for leaks, u r good to go! Make sure the thermostat is installed in the right direction, if put in backwards the car will overheat. countrycurt0
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
replaced starter motor 53 plate t350 90 transit van. lots of dust replaced fly wheel and clutch and sensor :speed up to 50 miles per hour and temp gauge goes up and cuts power
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Most common problem is the tension-er pulley is bad remove the belt and check to see if any pulleys have play in them see if they wiggle back and forth normally the idler pulley bearing wears out and causes the belt to ride at a slight angle marking it throw off the belt. hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
go to your parts shop with the users manual and the chassis serial number and they can find the original part first and the the immitation if you want!
Posted on May 28, 2010
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