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post #1 of 3 Old 04-03-2011, 07:19 AM Thread Starter
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6.0 Thermostat Gasket

I havent had the tstat out of my truck yet. Going to flip over coolant if I get a few other things done on time today.

Is the correct gasket to put the theromstat and housing back on I need just the black rubber o ring?

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You don't need anything. Its a reusable o-ring.
Although, I would recommend replacing the thermostat. Ford sells it complete with waterneck and all for around $60

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When I removed my thermostat for my coolant flush the o-ring fell out of the groove and seemed to have stretched. I could not get it to go back into the groove. I already bought a new neck and the o-ring is "glued" into place. The old O-ring is also "glued" in place,

3C3Z-8575-AA $37.64
Includes thermostat(89/104'C), thermostat housing, and o-ring "glued" in place

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