replace thermostat on 1994 Ford Ranger

how do you replace a thermostat in a 1994 for ranger?

by in Duncan, OK on March 22, 2010
3 answers
ANSWER by on March 23, 2010
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ANSWER by on August 12, 2010
for a 2.3L remove the radiator, remove the front fan, , then you should see what looks like a 90 degree elbow running from the radiator hose, should be about 3 bolts to remove it, easy peasy.
ANSWER by on August 25, 2010
find the end of your top radiator hose you will find the water neck, loosen clamp and remove hose,there you will find two bolts holding the w.n remove the w.n. and you will find the thermostat. it should come out pretty easy replace with new thermostat and do reverse from sure to replace gasket
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