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Why would a 1991 Ford Explorer keep losing coolant if there is no white smoke and no signs of a leak and is there an inexpensive way to fix it?

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2004-12-02 08:08:28
2004-12-02 08:08:28

Check the passenger's floor- it is probably wet. A bad heater core maybe the culprit.

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You would have a coolant leak.

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Loosing Coolant, coolant in the oil, a sweet smelling exhaust, low compression, overheating, and possibly a miss.


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