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Old 10-09-2012, 02:40 AM
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Green Coolant Leaking

Just noticed green coolant leaking on a arm next to the oil filter by the passenger door. Anyone else had this proublem? I thought we had red coolant in the radiator? Going to the shop this morning
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Old 10-09-2012, 04:11 AM
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Just noticed green coolant leaking on a arm next to the oil filter by the passenger door. Anyone else had this proublem? I thought we had red coolant in the radiator? Going to the shop this morning

Just droped off at dealer said they thought it might be the ac leaking that Ford sometime put a green dye in the ac unit to find leaks. Ill keep you guys posted
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Hmm

Good luck, hope its a quick fix.
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Its probably the evaporator and the green fluid is the dye in the freon. It leaks out of the A/C drain on the right side. Seen it twice on the newer 11's
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keep us informed.
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:51 AM
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Its probably the evaporator and the green fluid is the dye in the freon. It leaks out of the A/C drain on the right side. Seen it twice on the newer 11's
They are saying it going to take them 2 days they have to pull the whole dash out of the truck to get to the evaporator.........
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:43 AM
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Truck is fixed. Two days in the shop. They had to pull the dash and fix the evaporator coil. Clean job and the dash doesent rattle. Im happy just sucks to buy a new truck and have it in the shop with only 8000 miles
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Truck is fixed. Two days in the shop. They had to pull the dash and fix the evaporator coil. Clean job and the dash doesent rattle. Im happy just sucks to buy a new truck and have it in the shop with only 8000 miles
Glad you have everything fixed.
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