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Old 12-04-2011, 03:58 PM
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Coolant Leak

Well the other day I noticed that mt heater core was leaking now I went out side to do somthing, truck has been sitting for about 22 hours, I noticed that there is a puddle under the truck get my flashlight out and its leaking down on the driver side of the trake bar but cant see where the heck its coming from, anybody know whats in that area that would be leakeing? looks more to the driver sidenot in the center.
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Is the frame wet?
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Is the frame wet?
its damp I guess but where the track bar is bolted to the driver side of the frame is where its literaly driping off of, If I get to the bosses house in the morn I will get a couple picks if its leaking still, seams to do it more when cold.
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its damp I guess but where the track bar is bolted to the driver side of the frame is where its literaly driping off of, If I get to the bosses house in the morn I will get a couple picks if its leaking still, seams to do it more when cold.
Really, the only place for coolant to leak on that side is from the degas bottle. Ever had it out or moved before for an FICM repair? Seen a lot of them crack around the nipple on the bottom of the tank.
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Yep, degass bottle or the hoses at the bottom of it.
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Yep, degass bottle or the hoses at the bottom of it.
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Really, the only place for coolant to leak on that side is from the degas bottle. Ever had it out or moved before for an FICM repair? Seen a lot of them crack around the nipple on the bottom of the tank.
I have never had it out or have done a FICM replace (fingers crossed) I have great voltage

I will check it out 2mar when I get back to my truck
I didnt think of that do to I thought that the degas was back to0 far

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