Question about 1998 Lincoln Navigator
It looks like it is coming from under intake the vally between the heads is filling with coolant
Look for heater hose connections first and check these..some models use coolant to warm up/ cool the tbi unit by way of a hose to the base of it or gaskets and passages made into the design of that particular model, if so equipted these gaskets need replacing..some models use a crossover tube between heads in the rear(older buicks had them on v-6 and v8 engines)and they do fail on occaision by rustout or gasket failure..check these and repost the findings please..thnx
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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