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I have a 1999 lincoln navigator that leaks coolant from tne starter area. Does anybody know what it is

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Could be different things - like a leaking hose, cracked block, etc.

The only sure way is to add radiator UV dye, and then drive around for a bit - then look for the source with a UV light.
It will glow purple where the dye is on the engine.
Look for the highest point you can see the dye.

Thanks!!

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