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Cannot find the thermosat - 1996 Ford Crown Victoria

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Follow the big radiator hose to the engine block should be 2 or 3 bolts all depends take them off clean gasket surfaces and replace the gaskets make sure u have the proper thermastat temperature not any will work has to be the correct one

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Hi the easiest way to find the thermostat on your car is to, locate the top water hose of the radiator, follow that to the engine, where it connects to the engine will be a small housing with 2 or 3 hex bolts, remove the housing and there you will find your thermostat...hope this helps

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

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