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1995 Explorer XLT coolant Leak

mash3d

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Hi, I seem to have sprung a coolant leak.
It's located just behind, below and to the right of the thermostat as you are facing it.
Take a look at the attached photo.
(dead links)

It only appears when the engine is running and comes out as a steady stream so it seems to be under pressure.
Can any one tell me where it might be coming from?
Thanks,
mike
 


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racer_x_one

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It's hard to tell from the picture, not wide/clear enough, but it might be the lower intake. What engine do you have?
 








mash3d

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Thanks for the replys.
The engine is a 4.0 v6
It's not a SOHC engine so will the instructions in that link still roughly work?
Thanks,
 




swshawaii

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Housing itself should be similar, getting to it may be different. GL
 




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