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150 ford leaking anti freeze everywhere, and it's not the hoses

My f150 leaking anti - freeze how can tell if the gaskets need to be seal or there's a crack in the engie block, how do i check to see which it is?

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Take it to someone who has a coolant system pressure tester. They can pressurize the system and do a visual inspection to find the leak for you.

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