In front of the engine, down in the "V".
How do you change the thermostat in 1999 Mercury Villager
depends is it the thermostat housing or the gasket. it is either connected to the hose or the water pump
The bulb end goes toward the engine.
There is no such part on a Mercury Villager.
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Remove the water supply hose from the top of your 2000 Mercury Villager thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. The old thermostat will simply lifts out. Drop in the new thermostat and reverse the process.
The thermostat at the engine in a 2000 Mercury Villager is located Êon the right passenger side near the middle. You should look for the jiggle valve on the thermostat that should be facing up.
To change the thermostat on a 2002 Mercury villager, pull the hose away. If the bolts do not come off, wiggle the fitting to expose the thermostat to be able to change it.
System airbound and needs to be purged
Either the thermostat was not the problem, or you put it in backwards.
Yes, it should fit.
Buy a manual.
No, there is no "adjustment".
On the front of the engine in the center of the "V".
Do a Google search for it.
Less than ten dollars.
Not needed as the thermostat is on top of the engine on the right.
Did you put the thermostat in backwards? I would check to see where the steam is coming from. I had to change out small hoses for the same problem with mine.
Your 1996 Mercury Villager minivan with the 3.0 L - SOHC V6 engine is designed to use The Ford Motorcraft RT 1170 thermostat ( 190 degrees F / 88 degrees C )
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