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1998 ford expedition oil leak

My expedition is leaking fome the back of my intake

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SOURCE: Ford Windstar oil leak

I had the same problem. It was very simple; the oil filter had developed a leak, and needed to be replaced. Cheap. Worked perfectly.

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SOURCE: 1998 FORD EXPLORER SPORT 4X2 4.0 OHV

I have 98 explorer im getting same codes ive worked on cars all my life I havent replaced anything but my fuel filter so far on the explorer and that wasnt it.I know people tell you to replace all that other stuff,but if you know cars and how the stuff works thats on a car then you can fix anything with out people telling you;you need to buy this and then this and there just fishing when the dont know there as* and whole in the ground.Im going to replace my lower and upper intake seals like he says above.At least theres one more smart one out there and not someone that thinks they know it all like people that work in the parts places and some dealers.

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SOURCE: Exhaust leak back side of 1992 ford f150 302 v8 engine

its the exhaust manafold gasket or the donut gasket in the exhaust pipe, proably the donut gasket.. its a part you can pick you for about $15.. good luck keith...

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a coolant leak near the Transmission of a

two possibilities. first, it may be your intake manifold that is cracked, or it may just be the intake manifold gasket. if you determine that the leak isnt coming from that high up on the engine, then you may have a damaged freeze plug, which are installed to keep freezing water from damaging the engine in cold weather. sometimes they can pop out. I believe on that engine there is one on the engine block right in front of the transmission. hidden away between the two mating surfaces.

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