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1998 expedition coolant leak near the Transmission

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IF the coolant leak is on the right side of the engine near the top of the trans,inspect the coolant hoses for the heater core. This is common leak point on the 98 exped. Thankyou Please rate this info

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SOURCE: I have a coolant leak near the Transmission of a

two possibilities. first, it may be your intake manifold that is cracked, or it may just be the intake manifold gasket. if you determine that the leak isnt coming from that high up on the engine, then you may have a damaged freeze plug, which are installed to keep freezing water from damaging the engine in cold weather. sometimes they can pop out. I believe on that engine there is one on the engine block right in front of the transmission. hidden away between the two mating surfaces.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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