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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just went through the slipping nightmare!
Here's the deal, check between the thermostat housing and the transmission where it connects to the engine block after you have let it warm up to operating temp. If you feel water then you have a leak in this housing that leaks water and antifreeze directly into the clutch area of the transmission. Btw, just in case, the thermostat housing is the black plastic part on the front right of the motor that connects to the radiator hose. If you can help it, DO NOT TAKE IT TO A MECHANIC! They wanted to charge me over $200 to replace what turned out to be a $50 part at O'Riely's and about 30min.s of work! Hose clamp pliers a real plus on this one! Yes folks, a $50 part can cause you to shell out up to about $1200 in clutch repair costs! Go FORD!
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
sounds like a pulley or bearing is noisy first remove drive belt and run engine if noise is gone problem is a bearing attatched to by hand spin and feel for rough or gritty feel chech all pulleys most common is adjuster or idler cant tell by feel goto parts store but a stethescope hearing tool run motor CAREFULLY listen to each area a pulley drives on try that first
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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