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Angry puddle under my 7.3 powerstroke 2000 f350

I noticed a puddle under my truck thought it must be ac related , next day i heard a squell and pulled over notice my belt had striped apart like pasta i dont want to chance driveing it to the dealer. I started it up and turned ac on to see if it made any difference then noted leaking antifreeze under truck does this mean i need a water pump and a clutch for the ac...? It gets better i made an apointment on monday to replace my rusting oil pan. when it rains it pours is an understaement . rockman
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post #2 of 4 Old 10-04-2007, 02:47 PM
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The water pump may have locked up causing the belt to fail. Can you tell where the coolant is leaking from. Did the ac work?

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What pipe layer said.

If you get your oil pan fixed they're going to pull the motor and flip it upside down.

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Is there a way to change the oil pan without pulling the motor...........cant they drop the tranny..........has anyone tried this it seems like it would cut the cost by half...rockman
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