Question about 2000 Ford F350 Super Duty Super Cab
That's where a water pump leak shows up. Probably the seal in the pump has failed. Whenever replacing a water pump, a new timing belt should be included. The old one has to come off anyway.
If you look closely at the front there, the leak should be coming from inside of the timing cover (behind the crankshaft pulley) and dripping onto the oil pan ledge where you see it. To replace a water pump takes some dedication, but if you're experienced, you could do it in your driveway, or backyard,...garages are sure nice. Save up if you have to pay to get it done, but don't wait too long. It's an absolutely necessary job to stop the leak and prevent overheating. Cheers.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
Check that your hose clamps are tight and that there are no ruptures in the hoses. The best way to find leaks is make sure you radiator is full and run the vehicle until plenty warm and look for any spraying or dribbling. Be sure wipe off any wet hoses or parts of the engine before you start this test. It will make it a lot easier to tell where the leak originates.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1998 mustang gt coolant leak
I just had the same problem. Ford design the intake manifold with plastic water crossover which cracks. The coolant will leak onto the top of the block and and then down the back of the engine. This intake design is a known defect and was ocvered under by Ford for 7 years past the date of mfg. The crack either is in the crossover or the thermostat housing. I happed on this when I found the same leak and traced it back to the thermostat housing. I changed the thermostat, but it leaked worse. You can pickup a aftermarket for $200 and it's about 4-6 hr job to replace.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
SOURCE: coolant is leaking out
It's a heater core line. It bolts to the back of the engine and goes into the firewall to the heater core. You have a leak in that hose. Could just be a loose clamp. Don't forget to vote on helpfullness.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
clean the srea and watch, tracing back to the source. The oil can leak from the front seal, rear main seal,Pan gaske, or come from the top of engine. Chances are greater it's coming from the front because of fan draft. good luck
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 ford focus oil leak
Sounds like the valve cover gasket, clean off all the oil on the engine with a pressure washer or a steam cleaner and then drive it and recheck for the leak, that way you can pin it down for sure.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
sounds to me like you have a freeze plug leaking if it is coming from where the transmission and the engine mount together behind the bell housing there are 2 plugs that sometimes develop a small leak and eventually gets worse but it could also be a small hose on the top of the engine so check the hoses first
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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