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Locate thermostate housing on a 2003 ford ranger 2.3 motor


its on top of the engine in the front follow the radiator hose to the top of the engine..the gooseneck is installed with a couple of bolts the thermostat is below it

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Where do I fond the resister for the heater fan motor. The fan works on high but no other setting


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I replaced the water pump and all my hoses are


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