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It's from the replacement thermostat (replaced at a Ford Dealership a few years ago) meaning they didn't mount it right. Do you think AlumAseal is a good choice? What do you guy's use for a coolant leak?
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It's from the replacement thermostat (replaced at a Ford Dealership a few years ago) meaning they didn't mount it right. Do you think AlumAseal is a good choice? What do you guy's use for a coolant leak?
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So know one has an opinion?
 

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If your Ford dealer installed it, I would take it back to them and make them fix it.............
 

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If this was done a few years ago, then your Ford dealer did it right. I have 'read' the thermostat top of the housing can crack. Search for cracked thermostat housings on the Forum or Google search it for the 2005-2009 v6 Mustangs ...........
 

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If this was done a few years ago, then your Ford dealer did it right. I have 'read' the thermostat top of the housing can crack. Search for cracked thermostat housings on the Forum or Google search it for the 2005-2009 v6 Mustangs ...........
If this was done a few years ago, then your Ford dealer did it right. I have 'read' the thermostat top of the housing can crack. Search for cracked thermostat housings on the Forum or Google search it for the 2005-2009 v6 Mustangs ...........
Thanks, When I get my car back from an auto body shop I'll check it out.
 
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