Question about 1999 Ford Taurus
I found the hose that is leaking engine coolant. It is at the rear of the engine at a t connection. This hose runs along the backside. I am not sure on how to take this hose off. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Dismantle it entirely
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
I to have the same problem with the coolant leak in my 99 Ford Taurus. We have tried putting coolant in about 3 or 4 times only to have it leak out. The last thing we tried was to have some dye installed to try and find the leak with no success. My leak was not discovered until it was too late. The transmission cooling part of the radiator got a leak. It allowed coolant to get into the transmission. I was pulling away from a stop light and blew the sun gear apart in the tranny. In short, check tranny fluid. If it is milky, change the tranny fluid and get a new radiator before it's too late. Wound up costing me $2000 for a tranny. Good luck.
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