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LEAKING FROM INLET COOLANT TUBE TO WATER PUMP ....FORD PART NO F4Z8291A OBSOLETE PART...CAN'T FIND ANYWHERE....FORD PART IS METAL TUBE WITH HOSE TO RADIADOR ....CAR IS 1995 MERCURY SABLE 3.8L

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SOURCE: 1995 ford ranger coolant leak

frost plugs on the side of the block or something that you installed may have not sealed. can happen know the drill.

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SOURCE: 1999 Mercury Sable cooling system

does it blow out white smoke?  If so it might be a head gasket issue.  I know mercury sables were infamous for head gaskets.

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SOURCE: Engine Coolant Leak

That sounds like the heater bypass tube. On the end of the tube going into the water pump is an o-ring. Pull out the tube, clean it real good, put a new o-ring on it. Clean the hole well that it goes in. Then I will put a slight amount of silicone around the o-ring. That helps it go back together and fills any imperfections.
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SOURCE: lower radiator hose connecting tube to water pump.

remove the radiator hose remove the two bolts that hold the tube on and buy new tube and replace is in reverse order.

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SOURCE: leaking coolant/ not from hoses or water pump /or

check your heater core

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    1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
    2. Drain the coolant.
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    Upper fill panel, if equipped
    AIR injection control valve, if equipped
    Air cleaner
    Oil level indicator tube nut, if necessary
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    Water pump drive belt
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    Oil level indicator tube nut, if necessary
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    www.autozone.com

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