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Now I'm no expert on 6.4s, but it's gotta be a problem somewhere between the kaneuter valve and the blinkers. According to legend, when the blinker fluid gets low enough, the Tommy knockers open the kaneuter valve to allow the transfer of fluids from your coolant system into the blinker fluid reservoir so you can still safely warn other motorists of your impending Lane changes.
But really, I'd be tempted to pull vacuum on the coolant system to see it you get bubbles comic from somewhere. If it'll hold vacuum and pressure, I'm at a loss.
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Mike"Bustin' mine to feed yours"
The "Kerosene Queen"
2005 F-250 CCSB FX4 LARIAT 150
K blue spring, coolant filter, DC Power alt. and