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2000 grand marquis leaking coolant between the engine and transmission

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This is not a leak between the engine and trans. I made the mistake of pulling a trans out to fix that once and it was a waste of time.

There is a coolant pipe that passes from the front of the motor to the rear of teh block. It sits in the intake well under the throttle body. That metal pipe will rot at times and begin leaking. It is not a major job, but you do need to know what you are doing to replace it.

Hope this keeps you from doing a lot of work that is not necessary.

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