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Antifreeze is leaking out pretty bad - 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis

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Leaking out from where?

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2011

    i cant really tell where its comin from.. its pouring out fast and i was just wondering somethings it could possibly be

  • david_davemo Jan 03, 2011

    Not much information but here goes. If it is leaking on the right side front floor board the heater core needs replacing. If it is leaking from the engine compartment you must make sure the system is full while the engine is cold. Start the engine with the hood open. Look in the engine compartment and underneath as the engine warms to operating temperature. As soon as you see fluid leaking stop the engine and look more closely so you can isolate where the leak originates. My thoughts are 1) the radiator has a hole or broken seam 2) one of the two radiator hoses or heater hoses have a hole 3) the water pump is bad and is leaking

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