Question about 2000 Lincoln Navigator
Posted by Anonymous on
There is no tube. You probably have a leaky freeze plug. Take the starter off to get at it. If you see it, drain the coolant, pry it out, and take it to the store to get the right size replacement. Also get some sealer while you're there. Clean out the edge of the hole so the new plug will seal. coat the hole well with sealer and use a large socket in the plug anlong with a hammer to drive it in. It should go in flush with the block, like the rest of them. Refill the engine with coolant, start the car and keep the system full while checking for leaks.
If the problem is not a freeze plug, please get back to me.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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