Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
Drain the cooling system.
Remove the air cleaner assembly.
Disconnect the radiator upper hose from the radiator. Position the radiator hose aside.
Disconnect the overflow hose from the radiator.
Disconnect the coolant degas bottle hose from the shroud.
The clutch assembly nut has a right-hand thread and must be rotated counterclockwise to remove it.
Using the special tools, loosen the fan clutch.
Carefully rotate the fan and fan clutch assembly
counterclockwise until the assembly is free from the water pump. Place
the fan and fan clutch into the shroud opening.
If equipped, disconnect the retaining clips from the fan shroud.
Raise and support the vehicle.
Disconnect the lower radiator hose retaining clamp from the shroud.
If equipped, disconnect the underbody splash shield from the shroud.
Lower the vehicle.
Use extreme care when removing or installing the fan, fan clutch and shroud. Failure to do so will cause damage to the radiator.
Remove the mounting bolts, and the fan, fan clutch and shroud.
install, reverse the removal procedure. Install an appropriately sized
worm drive-type clamp in place of the constant tension clamp. Observe
the tightening torques shown in the accompanying illustrations.
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Take it to a shop that specializes in diesels or fords. they will be the best qualified to help you. You did good by replacing the fuel filter, that would be one thing they would want to replace anyhow.
the solenoids in the trans may be sticking,try adding 1 pint of dot 3 brake fluid to the transmission fluid and drive it for a while-give it a chance to work..the brake fluid acts like a cleaner and it makes worn seals and clutches swell a little.just drive it easy for about 20-30 miles,its only about $3.00 and it could save a $1,600.00 rebuild
follow top hose from radiator to engine, it connects to steel tube with a plat and 2-3 boltshold plate down. sypgon radiator down into clean bucket, remove bolts, take out thermostat, clean both mounting surfaces very clean until only metal showing put in new thermo put gasket on tighten bolts and add antifreeze