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Water leaking from back of engine on passenger side

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Post a photo of the leak.
back of engine can be.
1: hose crack
2; hose fitting crack
3; bad head gasket.
4:cracked head or block.
5? heater hose or valve?
6: there are many water hose on engines. the one that leaks sure is bad.
it's a hands on thing, not posting a photo , just makes web help
near impossible. (we guess,)

Posted on Oct 13, 2013

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On your motor you get welch plugs see if all off them are still okay

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you have heater hoses at the back of the engine check them

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That is the timing cover gasket. The coolant goes through the timing cover into the block and there is a gasket between the two, and it is a common problem on the taurus.

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SOURCE: water leaking from back of engine compartment

More likely the heater hose. Most run back behind the glove box. It could also be a leak in the heater core- normally that would fog the windshield on the inside.

Posted on Feb 08, 2011

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