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1993 f150 5.0 xlt. The first spot looks like it leaking something from behind the pullies. I'm not sure what it it but it might be the water pump. Second spot it's leaking something from behind the ov

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That is your timing cover gasket. sending a picture of a 1996 ford 5.0 that need a bad leak see the yellow stain that was anti freezing at the timing cover

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