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My explorer is leaking oil into the coolant where would it be leaking?

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    would it also leak on the ground

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Water leaked into transmission and transmition oil into radiator


Your transmission cooler is cracked. Discontinue using that cooler immediately. Get some caps, cap off the cooler. Replace the cooler with an after unit vor about $80.00. Change the transmission fluid and engine coolant before you drive any further.

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High temp could be low coolant check your coolant level. Low oil-check for leaks, if no leaks then check for blue smoke out exhaust, if no blue smoke it could just be low. A vehicle will go through a quart of oil between oil changes, even a newer one.

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Check your heater control valve ,they will leak intermitantly. Check for coolant residue.

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My radiator (1996 Ford Explorer) is leaking at the bottom. No problem with heating or cooling or running hot. Just steady drip


You can have it repaired at a radiator shop, or replaced with a new one. Are you sure it's the radiator that's leaking, sometimes it's the water pump or a hose that drips down onto the radiator. It can be difficult to locate due to air circulation of the fan and driving which spreads the leaking fluid around. I assume u top off the coolant often, since u say there are no issues w/ it overheating or running hot. If this is the case, the leak will eventually get worse, and adding coolant constantly gets expensive. Good luck, let me know what u decide to do, or if u have any other questions. Curt

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Check the oil for traces of coolant (oil will be milky in color) and oil cap too. If oil has coolant in it head gaskete needs to be replaced. Also check the floor inside the cabine (espetially passenger side)
If it is dump there is leak from heater core. Also open engine block
Coolant might spray onto hot engine and evaporate.
Please kindly let me know if the information was usefull for you or you need more info
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Coolant leak...


heater core under passenger side dash is your problem,needs to be replaced.

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