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1997 Crown Victoria leaking water from intake gasket replace it two times still leaking?

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2006-12-11 04:02:23
2006-12-11 04:02:23

maybe it's not the intake gasket. Maybe it is the intake manifold itself, they were bad about cracking. Also there is a coolant line that runs under the manifold that likes to leak as well. It's more likely to be a ruptured/cracked intake manifold as this is a common problem on these cars. See detailed info on the problem (and how to fix it) here: http://www.autoclinix.com/Manifold.htm

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