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Old 03-03-2012, 12:24 PM
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Angry ahhhh coolant leak

Hey guys! Did the EGR delete, coolant oil filter and oil cooler on my 2004, 6.0. Also did the front cover gasket because of a small oil leak. Ran great for a few weeks then developed a coolant leak. First the coolant leak showed up on the passenger side right over the starter. Traced it up into the valley, sure enough wet. Checked the new egr delete tube- dry. Cleaned up the valley and pressure tested the system. Noticed a line of coolant coming down the right side of the cooler from the front. Flowing along the front of the oil cooler from drivers side to apss side. Managed to trace it back to back of the connector on the front cover for the heat hose. Beyond that, can't see it. Checked upper and lower hoses, dry. I'm thinking the doughnut between the intake and front cover?
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Old 03-03-2012, 12:25 PM
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eerrrrr sorry, meant the coolant filter not the oil filter..
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Old 03-05-2012, 11:52 AM
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Hi first timer

I have a coolent leek from behind the power steering pump? what the?? I cant find the origen help!! oh 2005 f350 6.0 bullet proof oil cooler egr cooler arp studs my friends son works ford and offerd to come and look at it tomarow after work Ill keep u posted

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Old 03-09-2012, 06:04 PM
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Ok here gos!

alright for all those leaking from behind the water pump I got the gold. my friends son came buy( he works for ford line mech) looked at and said yup you gota leaking front engine cover gasket no worrys.you dont have to take off the intake just losen it. take the presure off the egr returne and take off the front cover.that simple. I tore in to it and just like he said every thing went well so far didnt have to remove the turbo or the intake!just losend it up and fornt cover came right off no fus at all!! and what a deal rotted gasket. i will post pictures soon as i can. now i need to start cleaning parts. hope this helps some of us clearup the mystery leak from behind the power stereing pump and its not as hard as I thought it would be to this point but we shall see? till next time cya!!!
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