2000 Ford Expedition "leaking coolant" Questions

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...($) the mechanic said carbon dioxide is leaking into the coolant somewhere. what could be causing this? Most common cause is a leaking head gasket. The leak allows exhaust gas into the cooling

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...coolant leaked on the ground what do i do? Well depending on what engine is in this vehicle, it could possibly be the water pump that is leaking or possibly a "freeze out" plug on the block. I would ...

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...leaking. Try some engine coolant "stop leak" in the radiator. Be sure to have the heat turned on when you do it, so the coolant and the rad stop will flow through the heater core for a while. I have ...

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...Coolant fumes inside usually come from a leaking heater core. The heater core is like a small radiator inside your vehicle that gives off heat. Problems like this arise from coolant that has not been ...

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1998 expedition coolant leak near the Transmission IF the coolant leak is on the right side of the engine near the top of the trans,inspect the coolant hoses for the heater core. This is common leak ...

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...for awhile we had a coolant smell in the truck. now it appears that there is coolant leaking from a tube in the fire wall. could the heater core be bad? Yes it is the heater core. Major job to

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...coolant leaking on floorboard. what is the problem 1999 ford expedition eddie bauer If the coolant leak is on the pasenger's side then you have a leak in your heater core. The only way to fix it is ...

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...drops during testing search for your leak looking at all your cooling system components including your radiator. If the heater core is leaking coolant should be coming out of the AC drain

...leaking coolant near the rear lower part of the engine 97 ford expedition 4.6. Vehicle is not overheating or anything. just leaks coolant. What could cause this? freezer plug or heater core hope ths ...

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leaking, it is likely a pressure leak that is often the result of the engine and coolant reaching their operating temperature and as they do the heat builds perssure and will usually force coolant out

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