Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Posted by Anonymous on
Have you changed the heater hoses, and check the radiator for leaks. If you changed the hoses, one might just not be tight enough. The best way to find a leak, is park the vehicle over a large piece of cardboard, and mark where the leak is coming from. The cardboard will get you close to what is leaking. Now you know about where the drips are coming from, trace the stain to the leak. Hope this helps
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