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Something busted today =/
So today I go to leave work and after pulling about 10 ft. out, I hear a pop and, what looks like steam starts blowing out of the passenger front side/under the truck area.
Normally I would say it looked like a radiator hose or something coolant related.
Except for the fact the truck hasn't even gotten up to normal temperature.
After I pulled over I popped the hood and looked under the truck. I noticed a green liquid dripping all over. Again, I think coolant but it's BRIGHT green. Like neon green.
I drove it home (2 miles) and of course it didn't overheat or anything. Yes it's hot here (near New Orleans) but again it's 2 miles.
I am thinking it is A/C related. Did Ford maybe add a dye to the stock A/C system? The A/C still worked but it was still dripping by the time I got home so there is still something in the system.
I am bringing it in tomorrow for Ford to check it out.
Funny thing is I was almost ready to order a tune/dpf delete until this happened.
Thanks for any help.
*SOLD*2008 F250 6.4: H&S Mini w/ Bully dog mount, Flo-Pro DPF/CAT delete, AFE stage 2, Viper 5901 Remote start.
2012 F250 6.7: S&B CAI, H&S Mini Maxx, 5" MBRP straight exhaust, Firestone airbags.