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Replacing thermostat on 2006 mercury mountaineer 4.6

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Go to youtube.com to see a video of this. Usually a simple job, but make sure you get the thermostat in right with the copper pellet side toward the engine.
Main problem people have in general is they let the thermostat slip down out of place and tighten it up, breaking the thermostat housing.
Do the job cold, a hot engine only lends to making mistakes. don-ohio (:^)

Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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