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Replacing thermostat housing on a 2006 ford explorer

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    Angela Jan 03, 2014

    Hi Marty Stacy, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

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your fan clutch could be bad.

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SOURCE: Bublling in the thermostat housing and very hot upper radiator hose

I recommend flushing the radiator thoroughly if not done recently. there seems to be some sort of blockage in the radiator at this time. if you get lots of metal fragments that are flushed out during this flush, i will then recommend a rebuild on the radiator or replacement of the radiator. make sure the cooling fans are cycling on time as well.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Ford Explorer 2006 Overheating

then the head gaskets are blown

Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: replaced thermostat and housing, still

check to make sure the coolant is running freely into and out of the radiator. you can do this by squeezing the inlet and outlet hoses when the engine is cold, so you dont burn your hand.
also while the engine is cold, open the reserve/overflow cap outside the radiator, usually next to the side wall. with the cap off, one by one squeeze each cooling system hose, and see if it backs or forces coolant into or out of the overflow reservoir. if coolant comes out of the top inlet hole when squeezing a hose, the thermostat is probably stuck closed, if the coolant in the reservoir bubbles from below, you probably have a clog in the engine ports where the coolant passes by the head to cool it off. if you have ever put only water in the radiator instead of the proper mixture of coolant to water. there could be some mineral or calcium deposits clogging things.

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Ford

sounds like you didn't seat the new thermostat correctly, check that first. Other then that you will need to have it pressure tested again to find out what else is leaking.

Posted on Jan 24, 2011

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Follow the top radiator hose down to where it connects to the engine. You should find a dome shape item or a couple of smaller bolts that attach to the engine to the side of the radiator hose and the thermostat will be inside the housing. You will need to drain the radiator, remove the bolts holding the thermostat housing to the engine and remove the old stat and put in a new one be sure to make note of how the stat is facing when you remove it and put the new one in the same way. then reconnect the thermostat housing making sure the gasket is in place so it won't leak, then refill the radiator slowly so you don't cause an air lock in the radiator, with cap still off start the engine and allow it to warm up until the stat opens and then you will need to add more antifreeze to the system. Double check for any leaks. Turn on the heater and make sure you have good heat and you should be good

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Yes I have an 04 explorer it is a little tricky to get to. You have to check it close, more than likely it is the plastic housing replace it and the thermostat now. It seems to be a common problem and like I said a little tight to get too. But I did mine in the carquest parking lot. Here is a youtube video I found.
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follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the motor, where it attaches to the motor is where the thermostat housing is located, and the thermostat is right under that, be sure when replacing it, that the spring side goes down towards the motor

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The upper radiator hose is connected to it. Follow the hose and youll find the thermostat housing. You may have to move the coil pack to get to the housing to change out the thermostat. I found a quick step by step here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4484915_change-thermostat-ford-focus.html
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  1. 1 Drain the coolant from your Explorer into an adequate container by opening the drain plug at the bottom of the radiator. Save the coolant for reuse if it is relatively new and clean.
  2. 2 Remove the negative battery cable from the battery if your Explorer has a 2.9-, 3.0-, 4.0- or 5.0-liter engine. This step is not necessary for 2.3- and 2.5-liter engines.
  3. 3 Follow the upper radiator hose to the front driver's side of the intake manifold, where it meets the engine. This is where the thermostat housing on your Ford Explorer is located. If necessary, remove the air cleaner duct for easy access to the housing.
  4. 4 Loosen the clip on the end of the radiator hose and pull the hose off the thermostat housing. Use a 10mm wrench or socket to remove the two retaining bolts on the thermostat housing cover. Remove the cover.
  5. 5 Note the position of the thermostat before removal. Pull out the old thermostat. Seat the new thermostat inside the housing in the same position as the old one, spring-side facing into the engine. Install new gasket over the thermostat.
  6. 6 Reattach the thermostat housing cover and the radiator hose. Reinstall the air cleaner duct if removed earlier. Fill the radiator with reserve or new coolant. Start your Explorer and run with the heater blowing until the engine gets warm. Check for leaks.

Read more: How to Change the Thermostat in a Ford Explorer ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4484916_change-thermostat-ford-explorer.html#ixzz1CLSvmPwR

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I have a 2002 Ford Explorer that has a coolant leak. I was diagnosed by pressure test as a leak from the thermostat housing. We have replaced the housing & thermostat. When starting the car after...


sounds like you didn't seat the new thermostat correctly, check that first. Other then that you will need to have it pressure tested again to find out what else is leaking.

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remove radiator house from thermostat housing inlet... then remove two bolts that hold the housing on... remove thermostat from housing... replace thermostat with new one... make sure housing does not have any of the old gasket left on it, then replace gasket... ensure you use high temprature rtv.... then put the bolts back in and then put the hose back on... hope this helps

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  1. Raise and safely support the vehicle.
  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove the 3 bolts and reposition the thermostat housing to gain access to the hose clamps.
  4. Remove and discard the gasket.
    • To install, tighten the bolts to 10 Nm (89 lb-in).
  5. Disconnect the heater hose from the thermostat housing.
  6. Disconnect the lower radiator hose from the thermostat housing and remove the thermostat housing.

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To install:
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  3. Fill and bleed the cooling system

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