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Leaking anti freeze

Ford sport trac 2002 leaking anti freeze in between the panel I think from the heating coil , dripping on the exhaust causing a white fume

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Sound like the tube that connects your heater core to the water supply from radiator. On Fords these tube are metal and very oftern rust out and need to be replaced. This is located behind and to the right (passenger) side of the engine.

Posted on May 28, 2009

  • merriam977 Dec 28, 2010

    thanks! it is lower than that, like under or behind the alternator

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