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Probably you hit the radiator its very sensitive for such things and it needs replacement
Posted on Apr 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could be buring coolant from headgasket leak. thats the only other way coolant can leave your engine besides a leak.
I strongly reccomend in the future not to use ne kind of coolant stop-leak stuff. you have small passages coolant needs to go through and that stuff also cloggs up those areas. alot of people dont think that far ahead. so alittle info for the future for you. it also cloggs up your heatercore and radiator. and will cause faster corrosion in those areas.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
First, is the operating temp normal? Have you looked carefully to see if the leak is visible after you turn the engine off after a drive? Have you lost coolant? Have you checked to make sure it is actually coolant and not condensation from the air conditioner (normal)? If you verify coolant (green), then remove the bottle and fill it with water. If it's leaking, common or not, you need to replace it. (generally inexpensive at any scrapyard)
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
If the oil pan has the hole in it a new oil pan with gasket will cost you around $120. http://www.racepages.com/products/?Ntt=Ford+Taurus+Oil+Pan&N=4294963856 However you can probably just remove the old pan and have it repaired. Any welding shop can repair a hole in your pan and may be able to repair it on the engine without removing it if the hole is tiny. You will still need to buy a new gasket if you have to remove the pan, so if you can get it repaired for less than $90 you will be money ahead. You may also be able to find a used oil pan at your local auto salvage yard.
Posted on May 23, 2010
Any hose is suspect as is the raditor. park over a ditch or other way so you can get under the car and it still level. inspect from the bottom having someone squeezing the hoses till you find wher the leak is.. It'll need to be full of coolant all the way to be sure where the leak is.
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
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coolant pressure tested, its definitely leaking coolant. You will need to get
the coolant running line.
test will help you to know from where exactly coolant/refrigerant is getting
step by step troubleshooting i suggest you to go through the help link mentioned below :----
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LEAK ISSUES, COOLANT LEAK PROBLEMS, COOLANT SENSOR, LOW COOLANT,
These will help.
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