Question about Ford Escape
Hi there, first of all the oil pan is the underneath cover of your engine. if its the one leaking you'll surely know because its the oil reservoir of your engine. whether your running or just parked in your garage the oil remains on engine oil pan. it is possible that sometime when you changed oil filter, maybe you might have nodged on somthing that made it loose . usually if your engine has an oil cooler, it looks like a stainless steel finished waffle shaped thing that has maybe has 1 or two rubber hoses attached to it or sometimes a steel pipe that runs from the water pump into the oil coller and back to the top exit ports of the thermostat and into the radiator and cycles again.hope this would assist you.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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