Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
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Its normal the heat and humidity are what will cause condensation on a cool line so if humid or hot out moisture will condense
Posted on Jun 11, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Nov 21, 2008
if it is ATF then it is the trans pump or input shaft seal, these both require the removal of the transmission.
If it is coolant it may be a rear freeze plug, but this is rare and also requires the removal of the transmission
A more likley cause is a leaky intake manifold which is very common on the vortec v8 engines, it leaks at the very back and runs down the bell housing. this repair is a bit extensive but can be accomplished by a good DIYer given time, space and tools this repair is also the least expensive of the three, about $300
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
Yes you have to check your pressure with a mechanical gauge first. If the pressure reading is good replace the oil pressure sending unit. They are known to go bad, and oil pumps going bad is rare.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
SOURCE: Gas line is leaking.
You want to be very careful not to make any sparks while working on this. The obvious is smoking, banging metal tools around, etc. keep cell phones AWAY from the area. Pick up some rubber fuel line from the parts store. Be prepared for some gas leakage, have a plastic pan under the leak. Disconnect the line at the tank, have a piece of new hose ready to push on over the line to as close to the tank as you can, have the end away from the tank plugged up temporarily with a pencil or something that fits snug in it, then remove the rubber hose on the filter, and connect new line from tank to filter, check for leaks, hopefully it is the rubber line you replaced, or the end of the metal line, so the new hose will hopefully cover the corroded leaking area. Clamp and Dry off area and see if you can spot any leaks.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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