How to remove thermostat from a 1998 mercury villager van

Asked by Feb 01, 2017 at 01:47 PM about the Mercury Villager

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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This should help the quest engine was used in the villager, see below, copy and paste...

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To get to the thermostat housing you have a few more hoses and items to move out of the way, namely: upper radiator hose bracket, water bypass hose clamp and hose, the AC evaporator liquid line and bracket, the AC suction accumulator/drier line and bracket, then finally the thermostat housing. If you've never replaced a thermostat before this is probably a tougher vehicle to start on, the fee at any shop though should be pretty reasonable, as there really is not that much too it.

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Thank you ken...

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Thank you!

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