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Old 04-29-2013, 02:08 PM
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probably a stupid question..

Okay i have. 2004 F350 6.0. Early build year. I recently had the oil pan, powersteering pump, tensioner pully, main baring in the front of the truck replaced and the other pully.also had the steering stabilizer bar replaced.it seems to be leaking somthing.it has no smell to it and no colour. It only seems to leak after dring around. I can let it idle for hours and no change. It runs and drives great. No lights or anything. I was told i have a (dirty) injector from fuel. Anyway to tell if it really does of if thays bull or not. Also the geniuses who fixed it drained the old coolant out but never replaced. Old coolant back in truck now. So my question is do I drain and replace the coolant now? Do i have to worry about this mystery leak or no? The fluids are all full so im not sure what it is. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Joe.
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your not running the a/c correct? ( as water vapor in the air freezes and drips off as it melts) other than that all leaks should be considered seriouse and explored, if you taste the fluid and it has a sickly sweet taste it is coolant...
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