Question about 1991 Ford Explorer
Locate the hose that goes to the top of the radiator that hose leads to the thermostat, remove the hose, at the engine there is a water neck be careful as it is rather old and may have rust and is prone to break, remove the 2 screws that hold it in place, remove the water neck (thermostat housing) and remove the old termostat, scrap the housing and engine block from old gasket and silicone, add silicone to the housing and place thermostat in housing in circular ridge then place the gasket over the thermostat apply more silicon over the gasket and spread evenly, allow the silicone to set for a couple of mins and then put the housing back with the engine then connect the hose back and your all set; remember the thermostat part that goes into the engine should be the part with the spring, hope that helps
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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