Question about Ford F-150
Electrolysis is your problem. the aluminum heads and the antifreeze is causing a chemical reaction. You can get a product to put in it that will keep it from happening again.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
YOU HAVE CLOGGED COOLANT BYPASS HEATER HOSE PIPE OR WATER PUMP BYPASS HOSE HAS.RESTRICTION CAUSING COOLANT FLOW PUTTING PRESSURE ON THE HEATER CORE MAKING IT RUPTURE.HAVE YOUR COOLANT SYSTEM FLUSHED.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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