Question about 1996 Ford Explorer
Hi, if you think its the head gasket coolant should be in oil or coming out exhaust. I think you should have the coolant system pressure tested and find out were your coolant is going for sure , it could be a leak on the intake gasket, water hose could have a pin hole , small leak in heater core , there are a few things it could be . You can rent a pressure tester at most auto parts store like advance, auto zone ,oreilys any of this have loaner tools. I would do this first then if you need more help just re post and i will help you with the steps. Thanks dodge tec
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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