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Old 08-03-2008, 11:04 PM
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Major water leak 91 f150 inline 6

When i fill the truck up with water is starts to leak a ton of water. I changed the lower hose today that was alot of fun and it still leaks. So any ideas on what else it could be. Here is some other info the water pump makes no noise at all.
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Old 08-03-2008, 11:23 PM
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Well, this might seem like a silly question, but where is it leaking from?

Take it for a drive and shine the flashlight around. See if you can spot the leak. Just because the water pump isn't making noise doesn't mean it isn't leaking.

I would say that about 75% of the time the water pump itself is the source of the leak.
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Sirdrinks, check the freezeplugs before you go for a new waterpump. That front freezeplug fooled me. You can replace five out of six without removing the exhaust manifold unless it's a 4x4, in which case somebody else will hopefully weigh in.
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