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2000 ford expedtion 5.7 how do i preasue test the coolant system to find a leak i think it is behind the manifold preasure tester kit i got from the auto parts store does not adapt to the resivor

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You put the adapter in place of the radiator cap. No instructions with the pressure tester. Always pays to buy professional quality test equipment

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