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Old 09-11-2008, 10:39 PM
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94 Explorer with coolant leak

Hey fellas, I recently purhchased this so I don't know its history too much.It was running cool like barely into the bracket on the gauge.I changed the thermostat over the weekend and this fixed the problem.Tonite I noticed it was leaking coolant.It appears to becoming from the side of the motor near the front on the drivers side.There is know white smoke or coolant in the oil.I would also like to know for sure if it has cast or aluminun heads.
thanks for your help.
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