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Old 05-17-2013, 11:03 PM   #1
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Heater hose that is leaking

107,000 KM heater hose that run's under the intake manifold is leaking what a place to put a rubber hose that will have to be change over the years.Got to take off the intake to get to the hose. Can i leave the fuel rail and injectors on and take the intake off or do i take then off before i take the intake off. And did this ever happen to you.

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107,000 KM heater hose that run's under the intake manifold is leaking what a place to put a rubber hose that will have to be change over the years.Got to take off the intake to get to the hose. Can i leave the fuel rail and injectors on and take the intake off or do i take then off before i take the intake off. And did this ever happen to you. 05 GT
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Change coolant to "EvansCoolant". Ie NO WATER. Go to JAYLENOS GARAGE,see how?
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107,000 KM heater hose that run's under the intake manifold is leaking what a place to put a rubber hose that will have to be change over the years.Got to take off the intake to get to the hose. Can i leave the fuel rail and injectors on and take the intake off or do i take then off before i take the intake off. And did this ever happen to you.
Hard to believe some of the wired stuff Ford engineers (?) do. I'm having serious overheating issue right now. Going to pressure test today for leak.

I mean redline hot cant drive it, 05GT w 86k. Trying new thermostat today.

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107,000 KM heater hose that run's under the intake manifold is leaking what a place to put a rubber hose that will have to be change over the years.Got to take off the intake to get to the hose. Can i leave the fuel rail and injectors on and take the intake off or do i take then off before i take the intake off. And did this ever happen to you.
Where did u get that book w diagrams? What is title?
ThxDonG.
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Ford workshop manuel.
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Old 06-04-2013, 02:37 PM   #6
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This shoud help you.
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This shoud help you.
THX , did pressure test, NO LEAKS! Strange. Didn't install new thermostat yet. Took quick look couldn't find it!

Bring back the flat heads. What a nightmare these engines are! Temp ok now.

Going to change to Evans coolant. See it at "JAYLENOS garage".
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05 GT Thermostat. Lo fan turn on 216F. Turn off 206F. Hi fan turn on 228F.
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