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Leak from radiator area - 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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You have to know, we have no idea where it is leaking from

You can at least open the hood,look,get under it,
etc & get pretty close to the leak

On that vehicle I think that they had some defective
radiators. My neice did. I don't remember the MFG
of the radiator

No -- they won't give you a free one or any recall

Stay away from dealers.

Posted on May 27, 2011

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