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1995 windstar 3.8 has gas leaking at the exaust manifold?

Replaced gaskets already, and fuel injectors, and made sure it was firing in the cylinder nearest to leak

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  • hippiemanswi May 18, 2009

    no, It's leaking at the motor not the exaust pipe

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If its dripping out the end of the exhaust its probably just water, nothing to worry about.

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  • greenjiant May 19, 2009

    then thats wierd never heard of that, sorry.

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