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post #1 of 4 Old 12-11-2009, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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2005 6.0 leaking something??

Hello,
I am new to powerstroke.org. So heres my problem. Last night at work, My 2005 f350 was leaking something on the left hand side near the front axle. It was leaking a clear fluid, No smell, No taste, No nothing. Seemed like it was water.. I put my truck on the shops lift and found the highest point of wetness, Cleaned it off and let it run for about an hour. I could not get it to leak again. Anyone have an idea what it might have been?? Mind you it was 25 degrees out and my a/c was OFF! Iv been working on diesel engines for awhile and have never had this issue before. My only thought was an A/C line has small leak and it dumped pag oil???

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Did you have your defroster on?

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Yes I had the floor and defroster on.

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AC compressor cycles during defrost mode to remove moisture from cab air/dry condensation from windows faster, etc. dirtbikeguy probably nailed your problem.

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