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Firstly do they need changing? They are due every 72000 miles from memory. They are Gold Paladium tipped and last a very long time.
So i'll assume they do. You will need the hands of a small child who is double jointed and amazing dexterity. You will need to take off lots and lots of ancillery stuff to get to them. The front bank is not too bad, but the rear bank is a nightmare. Most Renault's with transverse V6 engine's share this nightmare. I have heard people take off the rear cylinder head to change them or drill holes through the bulk head to get to them!
Its not an easy job, it can takes about 2-3 hours. It depends if you get any siezed nuts/bolts etc.
It takes time for the temp to adjust(up to 24hrs) If the door is open a lot(looking into the box) or the door gasket is bad this will contribute to your problem. Are you sure the thermometer is good that you are checking the machine with. The thermistor could be bad as well(the control that senses the actual temp
ford lists to use the ford gold premium, they advise not to use the orange extended life coolant for that year and motor, if you dont want to go to dealer then parts store should sell you the GO -5 FORD / DCX coolant. good luck.
Sound like you have a refrigerant leak I suggest to take it to a pro because you need lots of tools and knowledge to properly fix it
And don?t let people tell you than is just to add refrigerant because that is a common myth or miss conception, refrigerant don?t ware out or burn out if the system need refrigerant is because there is a leak some where.