Question about 2000 Ford Expedition
After replacing the intake manifold due to an antifreeze leak, the car will not start. It was starting prior to fixing this. The only problem before was the leak. Now it won't start. It'll turn over, but won't start. Help please!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can clean the area really good with degreaser and apply JB Weld but that is only a temporary fix it will leak again
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
SOURCE: I need to drain the
Not 100% sure but if you look up under exhaust manifold area, on block,is usually a common place. Simple hex head plug into block on most. Are you sure just pulling lower rad hose, and thermostat housing off won't get you where you need to be?
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
It is pressed in. I usually just take the nipple out and run a threader into the hole and place a piece of threaded copper pipe into the newly tapped hole. The factory uses a thin steel tube and they rust out if the cooling system is not properly maintained.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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