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Check your fuses. If they are ok check your themo sensor. If you disconnect the plug on the thermo sensor ,with ignition switched on, the fan should start.

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How to install a thermostat in a ford ranger 4.0L engine?

Its easy follow the top radiator hose back to the engjne to the goose neck the t.stat is under this part Drain some antifreeze from radiator you don;t have to drain itall out Remove clamp from hose to goose neck Remove bolts holding neck on you will lose a little antifreeze in the prosses Claen all old gasket meterial off bolth sides this is important it must be clean Remove old t.stat check the tempature stamped on t.stat replace with the same or similar temp you don;t change this to much Install new t.stat and gasket you can use a sealer it won;t hurt Install goose neck but don;t over tighten you can crack the neck 10 to 12 ft lbs is all you need BUT THE T.STAT IS NOT USELY NOT THE PROBLEM WITH COOLING SYSTEMS you can try back flushing the system and putting new antifreeze first this may solve your over heating problem

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How to replace the thermostat?

well first you have to find it it the easyiest way isto follow the top raditor hose as it goes towards the engine it will go from hose to a metal housing called the thermostat housing remove the 2 bolts or more depending on the eng remove the housing remove themostat insert new one in the same way facing make sure you dont flip the themo stat around just look at how it comes out and but the new one in the same make sure to clean around the housing for old gasket and junk

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did u check the themo switch in the head ,u do this by bridging out the two wires ,this should turn on the fan ,i also recommend u check the fuses

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I want to know if my themos is give me a trouble with heat

if it takes a long time to heat thermo stuck open if it over heats right away it could be stuck closed are you getting heat? what can i help you with?

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