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View Poll Results: What year truck do you have with a leaky radiator
2011 17 77.27%
2012 5 22.73%
2013 0 0%
2014 0 0%
2015 0 0%
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2011 up - Radiator Leaks - POLL & Counts

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its so weird sometimes my rad leaks on the drivers side corner and sometimes its all good..today and yesterday for instance i noticed small spots when i came back to my truck after going into stores and such but before that the last time it was leaking was around 3 months ago.. not sure what to say the coolant loss is minimal
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2012- 55k miles, driver side petcock.
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So far we have 9-2011 trucks and 3-2012's
The poll is still in its early days however and I have seen some concerns and complaints of 2013 trucks with this issue..
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its so weird sometimes my rad leaks on the drivers side corner and sometimes its all good..today and yesterday for instance i noticed small spots when i came back to my truck after going into stores and such but before that the last time it was leaking was around 3 months ago.. not sure what to say the coolant loss is minimal
That is very interesting as I checked mine this morning, and the leak appears to have stopped. Not sure what's up with this, because it's been dripping for several days leaving a quarter size mark on my driveway. I will be taking my truck in regardless; intermittent leaking should not be happening.
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MISHIMOTO replacement radiator link below

Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Aluminum Primary Radiator, 2011+, by Mishimoto
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its about time! I've been looking at there website once a week since january for them to finally release there 6.7 radiator. thanks for posting
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