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Old 07-17-2015, 02:06 PM   #36
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One thing if you re-use the old anti-freeze is to pour it through some cheesecloth or a paper filter before it goes back in the car...that way you'll screen out any solid junk that might be floating around.
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So got a call from my dealer today. They said it was about a gallon low on coolant but they pressure tested everything and couldn't find any leaks, no coolant in the oil, and nothing that they could see was wrong other than being low. Still curious to see if there's a new hose with a check valve. I'll pop the hood when they drop it off. As I said, the overflow tank was completely full. Curious to see where that level is when I get it back as well. Wish I had a before pic.

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Could be a slow leak, or maybe there was just a big air bubble trapped in the system somehow that was "burped" out by the dealer. Has anyone ever added/removed coolant from your car before?

Fingers crossed it was just one of those freak things and not a real problem.

If the dealer didn't swap out the degas bottle hose (I'm betting they didn't), definitely worth picking one up for $25.
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So got a call from my dealer today. They said it was about a gallon low on coolant but they pressure tested everything and couldn't find any leaks, no coolant in the oil, and nothing that they could see was wrong other than being low. Still curious to see if there's a new hose with a check valve. I'll pop the hood when they drop it off. As I said, the overflow tank was completely full. Curious to see where that level is when I get it back as well. Wish I had a before pic.

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Yes that is weird, since the coolant is surpose to get drawn back into the system as it cools down. So I take it they didn't offer any explanation as to why that was? Like did they have to burp it and why would it get that way except with that check valve line missing. Apparently the design of the systems is such that it creates air pocket(s) and the check valve addition was found necessary to prevent it. Leaky check valve and it may just result in air pockets again. Sounds like one crappy design.
I'll have to keep a close eye on mine, even with the newer hose.
Should ask them, how were they able to add a gallon of coolant with the overflow tank full. That's where it gets added.
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Haha, I'm not going to ask any questions until it arrives at my door. Also curious to see what paperwork I get for my records, I'll be sure to look it over and post it up if there's any questions. In the end, if they fixed it, and it didn't cost me anything, I'm happy.
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Should ask them, how were they able to add a gallon of coolant with the overflow tank full. That's where it gets added.
Uhh...magic?

Joking aside, they may have burped the system first, cleared a large air pocket, and then found the level low. Agree with au01st about not asking too many questions and just hoping the darn thing works right now.
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Well the cylinder head temp sat steady at 199 when I kept it idling while I vacuumed at my apartment's car wash station. I'll just keep an eye on it.

Work order states: "checked and found low coolant level. pressure tested sys but could not find a leak at this time."

Took a pic of the level where the coolant is sitting now. You can see it's mark on the inside of the container. It's just above the cold fill line now. The regular coolant hose is still in there, no check valve.

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Uhh...magic?

Joking aside, they may have burped the system first, cleared a large air pocket, and then found the level low. Agree with au01st about not asking too many questions and just hoping the darn thing works right now.
Yeah agree.
Just would like to hear how they approached the burping procedure at that point.
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did you swap out your anti-freeze for coolant at the start of summer?


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did you swap out your anti-freeze for coolant at the start of summer?



Seeing as I live in Louisiana, I have no need for anti-freeze 51 1/2 weeks out of the year.

Semantics aside, coolant is what circulates through the system. Anti-freeze is an additive in coolant that lowers the freezing temp but also raises the boiling temp as well as provides lubrication and keeps gaskets from deteriorating.

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did you swap out your anti-freeze for coolant at the start of summer?


I think that's bundled with the blinker fluid service.
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UPDATE!
So I got home from work and checked my fluid after topping it off yesterday and it has gone down some, BUT! Now it seems to have stopped leaking from the engine side from what I supposed was the water pump....and now seems to be leaking from the front side near the radiator! And the fan is throwing it around I believe....Click image for larger version

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It will be very difficult for anyone to be able to determine the source of the leak, by looking at pictures over the internet.

I recommend thoroughly drying off all of the spots that are moist from the coolant, and then carefully watching the suspected leak areas while the car is idling and coming up to operating temperature. It may help if you can get underneath the car and have a look from that perspective.
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It will be very difficult for anyone to be able to determine the source of the leak, by looking at pictures over the internet.

I recommend thoroughly drying off all of the spots that are moist from the coolant, and then carefully watching the suspected leak areas while the car is idling and coming up to operating temperature. It may help if you can get underneath the car and have a look from that perspective.
Right on!
Exactly the way a plumber would approach it.
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ID:	187412 well looking from underneath the car now I see coolant building to a drip and can see where it has been dripping from, I'm so confused, everything under my thermostat and water pump were wet a couple days ago, but my coolant was very low! Slap in the face for me for not checking it recently, it took a whole gallon of antifreeze when I filled it up the first day it leaked out and started to overheat, but since then it's lost some since Wednesday and I topped it off Thursday and it went back to where it was when before I had topped it off, but it doesn't seem to leak at all hardly....only when I top it off...lol all the mechanic shops are closed for the weekend๐Ÿ˜“


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I can see the drip but can you tell where the source of the leak is?
Is it coming from the engine side?
Or the radiator?
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Yeah that picture was took while the car was running, but after turning it off and the fans stop moving you can see it slowly start to build up underneath the radiator....but can not see the actual source


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Hmmm.
Well it wouldn't be the first time that a radiator failed and needs to be replaced.
It's possible that there is a pinhole leak, and when the system builds pressure, the coolant begins to spray out, and the fan is blowing it onto the front of the engine.

I know that it's difficult to find a mechanic on the weekend but try to find someone that can do a pressure test on the cooling system. They just put a few pounds of pressure on the cooling system and then check for leaks. Basically, what you just did except with the engine turned off, so that you can see things better without the belt spinning around or the threat of the fan turning on.
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I believe that could be the problem too....and yeah....I've already drove all through town everyone's closed lol I found one guy right down the road from me that was at his shop but he asked what I needed I told him my coolant was leaking if he could take a look at it...he said "well that's not no good but I'm closed today....and I'm behind in time about a week with other customers....I'm just up here working on my tractor" come by in about a week or 2 if no one can see you by then....


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If you have an AutoZone/O'Reilly's/Napa nearby, give them a call and see if they have a "loaner" Cooling System Pressure tester that you can borrow. It's easy to do yourself, if they have one.
The trick is just finding the definite source of the leak!
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Actually do we have both here in town, how do they work? Wouldn't u need some type of air? And I don't have access to any water outside here....I might end up having a mechanic test and replace the radiator.....it looks like a pain to replace on these


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the only one I've seen had a little hand pump to pressurize the system. I would try blowing out all the radiator with compressed air till no water comes out from underneath...the water MAY have gotten in there from another source and could be just settling out when the fans shut off. Yeah, it could be the rad but the water pump has failed on a number of the 3.7's. If you remove the shroud at the top of the radiator it may help you see better.
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Yes that's what I did Saturday and noticed fluid sitting underneath it, so I pulled off the plastic under neath to get a better look and seen it dripping, today I took it to a mechanic right after work(they were already closing) but he still looked at it for me and he added some coolant and put that pump on there your talking about but we couldn't see really where it was leaking but he told me to bring it by Wednesday so he could check it all out and he would fix it for me....


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Yes that's what I did Saturday and noticed fluid sitting underneath it, so I pulled off the plastic under neath to get a better look and seen it dripping, today I took it to a mechanic right after work(they were already closing) but he still looked at it for me and he added some coolant and put that pump on there your talking about but we couldn't see really where it was leaking but he told me to bring it by Wednesday so he could check it all out and he would fix it for me....

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If it's out of wtty and MY radiator was leaking I'd try something like Barr's StopLeak but I sometimes think like a Yankee Farmer.
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I think using a stop leak is a gamble. can sometimes screw things up. Particularly if used more than once, so I read.
Also, came across this one..."Put a tablespoon of black pepper in the coolant, replace the radiator cap, start the engine and watch the leak stop before your eyes."
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the only bad stuff I've had from it (and I've used it quite a few times) is 1x it clogged the heater core some resulting in less heat output) for me it fixed the problem more often than not but this was in older cars.
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Good ole water pump. Ford has a TSB out with a vent hose going to the radiator to fix this issue. Something to deal with pressure blowing them out.
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Well the mechanic didn't find any other leaks, he found a hairline crack a little ways down my coolant reservoir though...that explains why it would only leak so much and then sort of stop....and barely drip...he replaced it and put new coolant in, all together it cost me $160 and I got my new hose coming in the mail hopefully tomorrow I'll put that on myself!


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So, sounds like the dealer didn't really do anything. Glad you've got it fixed for realz this time.
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Nope I called about it and still waiting for a call back...THANKS BUT NO THANKS lol my dealer is also an hour away also but I found a nice local mechanic that'll probably be getting more work from me when I need it! Isn't it sort of odd for that reservoir to crack being 2 years old? They just don't make stuff like they used to anymore Huh?


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Nope I called about it and still waiting for a call back...THANKS BUT NO THANKS lol my dealer is also an hour away also but I found a nice local mechanic that'll probably be getting more work from me when I need it! Isn't it sort of odd for that reservoir to crack being 2 years old? They just don't make stuff like they used to anymore Huh?


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