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I can not get the thermostat housing to sea after changing it on my 2001 towncar 4.6

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It is located at top front center of engine:

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  • Remove radiator upper hose and heater hose at thermostat housing.
  • Disconnect wiring connector at engine coolant temperature sensor.
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  • Clean the gasket mating surfaces.


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    1. Remove the thermostat housing.
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