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2001 F150 Styleside SuperCrew: 2001 f150 5.4 pour water in radiator gose rite in ...

2001 f150 5.4 pour water in radiator gose rite in oil pan

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    big crack on the inside of the engine

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Head gasket(s) blown or mabey cracked head(s)

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Coolant leak. Backside of engine underneath


may have a bad freeze plug in the block or blown head gasket..

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ur A/C does not have oil in it....if the oil is brown or black looking its engine oil....if its redish color is transmission oil

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I have an 01 f150 when I pour water in the radiator it's pouring back out between the motor and trans bell housing out of the dust cover does anyone have any idea what the leak is I figure a freeze...


If you never overheated the engine and it never froze, then most likely a freeze plug has failed. You will need to either pull out the engine or remove the transmission (easier) to inspect the rear of the block. About the only way to crack a block is running it without any water in it and super overheating the engine. If it is a freezer plug, then I would replace it with a brass one if available.

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Where is the ect sensor located on my 01 f150 4.6L?


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near the thermostat (follow the large upper radiator hose, around the area of the lower intake.

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Ford f150 heat problem not much heat unless you run fan on low.alls been replaced radiator,heater core,water pump,hoses


possible blend door in the dash is broke . when you turn blower on high it blows the door shut . i have the same issues and i have heard this could be the issue . especially since you said that you replaced everything except the blend door.

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Ve a 2001 F150 that keeps losing oil pressure


could be but have you actually check the oil pressure

The oil pressure gauge on your dash is really just an warning light and you are not really looking at real oil pressure

Therefore you could have an electrical issue, mainly high resistance in the sender circuit that make the gauge read lower than actual

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you shouldent need to flush the engine just make sure you drain it good..10w30 synthetic is fine

Mar 09, 2010 | 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew

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Where is the thermostat on a 2001 f150 with a 5.4 L engine?


just about all thermostats can be found if you follow the top hose from the radiator to the motor. the thermostat will be located under the part that connects to the hose on the motor.

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2001 f150 xl, I want to completely change the


OK, Remove your t-stat, disconnect radiator hoses, drain radiator, and flush the heater core. now climb under the truck and you should find two (one on each side) coolant plugs. just unscrew them and let it drain out (into a pan I hope) good luck, really simple to do

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