Question about 1997 Ford Explorer AWD
The test was some kind of Hydro carbonation test where they use some type of dye and it causes the antifreeze to change color. It failed this test once and they thought that my radiator may have not been flushed when the other guy installed my new radiator week or so before. They cleaned it and it failed same test 2 more times. Said I was loosing compression and had internal leak. I know they have as well ran a compression test on it. Said my water pump and thermostat is working.
The block are very dificult to crack go to autozone and ask for a loan tool called block tester and follow the directions if it fail the test then most likelly you will need head gaskets reaplacement
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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