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Where can you find a free or printable diagram of the cooling system particularly the thermostat housing and hoses for a 2000 Ford Focus SE 2 liter 4 cylinder dual cam engine?

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2009-06-12 02:50:09
2009-06-12 02:50:09

If you are wanting to see hose routing, then go to the dealership parts dept and ask them to bring up the pictures of the hoses on their computer and print it out for you. Other than that, I dont know what you mean by diagram. I have been working on cars for 20 years and have never seen a cooling system diagram specific to a particular car. There are only generic ones that I know of.

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