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Re: location of engine and chassis number
There is a flat spot at the front of the right side (passenger side)
cylinder head will have the last 6 of the Vin and letter code at the
end of it for id purposes. You will see it looking down from the top of
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I honestly have no idea without hearing the noise and putting my head under the bonnet and then having a listen and maybe even using my cut down trusty broom handle to try to locate the noise .Sorry this is not much of an answer but this sort of thing is difficult to diagnose ,it could be anything from a timing belt idler pulley to a water pump bearing .
Go to www.Dayco.com, go through the menu, your cars year, make, model, engine size. there on the last page look for a link to "Routing" this is a diagram of how the belt runs on your car. Hope this helps fixYa up.
Your car probably has the 4.6 northstar. If this is the case the thermostat is in the water pump housing at the drivers side of the engine. follow the lower rad hose to the pump housing and its contained in a black (2 bolt 10 mm) housing.
I assume you are talking about a Northstar. Could be a lot of things. Start with the coolant level. Another easy step is to check the coolant pump belt. It is located at the top of the motor (driver's side front). It is under a belt guard next to the valve cover. You can see and feel the belt under the cover without removing anything. The belt is only about 1/4" wide and is driven by a pulley off the overhead cam. You can see the tension pulley as well. My problem was a broken belt and an easy fix.