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Slow Coolant Leak

I have 2001 F250 7.3 diesel. I have a slow coolant leak that mainly leaks on cold mornings while truck is parked. It is leaking on the passenger side looks to be above the starter around the exhaust manifold. I cannot seem to find the leak. Any information would be helpful. Thanks
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did you ever figure this out? I have the same leak. Cold mornings and it leaks down onto the red battery cable that runs under the pass side along the oil pan. It does not look like the weep hole in the water pump is spewing???


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