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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't find the thermostat
the thermostat is located on the drivers side above the starter at the end of the bottom radiator hose on the side of the engine block. i had a hard time getting info also and finally five minutes ago just got mine off. hope this will be of some help to you. now i have to go put on the new one. good luck!!
Posted on May 09, 2009
It is attached to the back wall of evaporator. You have to remove the glove compartment, blower unit and evaporator to get access to the expansion valve.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Follow the lower hose up to the water pump where there is a housing for the thermostat. To remove this you will first, want to take the front right tire off then the dust guard for it; the thermostat housing should now be viseable. Then you will want to take the plastic windshield washer, and engine coolant reserviors off to make the job easier. Next take the bottom rad. hose off the water pump(where it goes to, from the radiator). then struggle for awhile with taking the three nuts that hold the thermostat housing together (a wobbler bit on a socket wrench can make this job easier). Once these are off you can unplug electric plug on top of the housing, pull that part of the housing off and there the thermostat sits in all of its evasive gloriousness waitng for you .
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
On 1995 Crown Victoria the EGR valve is located at
the rear of the engine compartment. While the attaching bolts can be
gotten out with a little bit of a problem the egr tube that atteches the
EGR valve to the right exhaust manifold is a pain. It is possible to do
though. Here are the removal and installation instructions. If you are
sure that the EGR valve is the reason for any check engine light then
you can remove the battery cable for about five minutes to reset the
light, but if the light is on for a differant reason then you just got
rid of the code plus any freeze frame data that a shop could have used
to diagnose the problem.
Check this procedure about REMOVAL & INSTALLATION...
See Figures 9, 10, 11 and 12
Fig. 9: Detach the connector for the DPFE sensor
Fig. 10: Matchmark and remove the vacuum hoses for the DPFE sensor and ...
Fig. 11: ... remove the retaining nuts from the DPFE sensor and ...
Fig. 12: ... remove the DPFE sensor from the intake manifold
EGR Valve Control Solenoid
See Figures 13 through 17
Fig. 13: Detach the connector for the EVR solenoid
Fig. 14: Match mark the vacuum hoses for the EVR solenoid and ...
Fig. 15: ... remove the vacuum hoses from the EVR solenoid
Fig. 16: Remove the retaining nut for the solenoid and ...
Fig. 17: ... remove the solenoid from the intake manifold
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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