Question about 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
Posted by Anonymous on
I would start to look around For a new vehicle. Drinking antifreeze and running ruff? Sounds to me like u either A cracked a head or B have a bad head gasket. Now neither of these are easy jobs. Both cost alot even I u DIY. Not in just parts but machine shop charges. If it was me, and if it was paid off, I would look for a new vehicle and drive it till it dies completely which by the sound of it won't be long sorry for the bad news
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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