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Coolant leak, need help!
I noticed a small puddle under my truck, pretty sure it's coolant. I tracked down the drip under my driver side, followed it up to under the degas/ficm area to what looks like a bolt just above the exhaust manifold. I have no idea what it is, definitely not a head bolt. But it's a fairly steady drip, about 1 drop every 10-15 seconds. I am trying to figure out what I'm looking at under there, I can't see the bible listing anything related to cooling in the area. It's dark right now so I can't really get in there. Any thoughts? My running temps have been in the high 180's, Deltas within 2-4 tops. Temps outside have been cold so the high 180 temps haven't been concerning me too much but I could be wrong? Summer is typically 195-200 EOT.
Upon looking at the bible diagram once more, I am almost 90% certain I am looking at one of the bolts that holds the FICM mount. Not the FICM itself but the mount the FICM sits on. Does this make sense?
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Currently stock engine 52k miles.
4.5" Icon lift kit
Rockcrusher front and rear diff
Procomp A/T Extreme tires
full tint on all windows
Blue Spring Update
SCT tuned, canned performance for now
Straight pipe MBRP Turbo back exhaust
XDP EGR delete kit
Last edited by Boozer76; 03-20-2014 at 06:54 PM.