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Old 06-01-2013, 12:05   #1 (permalink)
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93 sho water outlet housing

I have been trying since dawn to take a thermostat water outlet housing off. I have a '93 taurus SHO 3.2 V6. Now i am not referring to the therm cover. The part that the therm dwells in on the block is what i am talking about. The lower housing. I have it loose enough to wiggle, but am not able to pull all the way out from engine. Have removed two bolts, and all things visibly restricting movement. Maybe i need to pull harder or smarter. If anyone can tell me how to extract this part i'd very much appreciate it. I have so much more important stuff this is keeping me from handling!!!
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If you got all seven nuts off, it takes a lot of pull to get it off
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