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Old 07-19-2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Can't find his dang coolant leak

Okay 99 4.6 v8 heater not blowing hot air, coolant is leaking down engine behind the pulley on bottom? What should I do?
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Re: Can't find his dang coolant leak

Not a mech, but I bet if you trace the leak it'll end up at the water pump. The hole on the bottom leaks when the pump needs replacing, but the fluid will follow the block down to it's final drip point - which, in your case, may be behind the pulley. Good luck!
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