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1984 Ford LTD is leaking water and the water pump is fine. Also I cannot find how coil

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First how do you know the water pump is fine. Did you replace it. It could be on just a litle crooked. Check the sides of the radiator very closely. After it has been running and hot. You cant find many leaks when the car is cold. The leaks come out when under pressure. Check your fill tank, and the vacume release tube going from the fill tank to the radiator. is it cracked, broken, CLOGGED, or disconnected?

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