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1991 Ford F 350 Dual rear-end

Having problems with over heating i chanaged the thermostate and now getting ready to flush the rad and if that not the problem then what should i try next Thank-you Mike Quesnel B.C

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  • willmc8608 Dec 15, 2008

    i have the same problem with my 1991 ford f-250 with the 7.3 litre diesel, how did u remove your thermostat, i cant figure out how to get the fuel/water sperator bracket off so i can remove ther thermostat from the housing!


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Hi, just an idea.
you can try to blow out the rad. with compressed air and a blow gun.
aim the blow gun from the engine side out threw the grill. the way the dust came in.

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If the Therostat housing is mounted on the left front of the engine, unbolt the alternator and it's mounting, then unbolt the vaccum booster pump, this will reveal the mounting bracket to the fuel filter assembly mounting braket, unbolt the supports to the assembly and move to the side. Two bolts hold the therostat inlet ini place.

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