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How do I locate and change the thermostat on 3ltr tdi 2009 ranger

Have removed the top radiator hose and housing mounted on the block but there is no thermostat or location for one. Need to find and locate to change over

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I dont no alot about this car but in my exspearence its normaly where you have been looking,but you could see if its nexst to the water pump,best of luck.(maybe the firmostate was missing to begin with)

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