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Detach the heater hoses on the engine-side of the firewall (after partially draining coolant from the radiator). The heater core should then come out...more

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Chevrolet | Heater Core

Maybe you shouldn't be attempting the cylinder head job if you don't have a significant amount of automotive experience. Coolant coming out of the evaporator...more

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Chevrolet | Heater Core

Losing considerable coolant (overheat temperature and warning light comes on). I see no coolant leak at all under hood or on the ground...more

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Dodge | Head Gasket

After three days of not running, antifreeze starts to leak out of the head gaskets (both sides), the thermostat housing, and water pump. There are no leaks...more

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Dodge | Head Gasket

Replacement of the intake manifold is a premature decision, unless it was a known common failure to this particular engine, which it's not. Yes, the intake manifold...more

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Ford | Auto Repair Shops

I'm writing about my 2004 Ford Ranger SuperCab 4x2. I was coming home from Lafayette, LA early in the morning (4:45 a.m.), and I was about 2 miles south of...more

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Ford | Engine Damage | Warranty

Stop driving the car before any more damage is done. A portion of the head gasket has deteriorated at a coolant passage between the cylinder head and the engine block...more

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Ford | Exhaust System | Head Gasket

Repeated problem with the cooling fan clutch (4 failed clutches in eight months time), so I decided to switch to an electric fan setup. As I live outside the USA I have no access...more

He told me to drive the car for about a week or to flush out the air from the system. I don't know the mechanic well. I did put in a coolant system sealer just in case....more

A big 1968 Lincoln Continental, with a big 460 cid engine, developed a coolant leak at a freeze out plug located behind the motor mount. Do you have to pull the engine?...more

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Lincoln | Engine Parts | Engine Damage
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