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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-22-2019, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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6.0 coolant drip on the right rear passengerside

Coolant drip near transmission dripping onto the lines next too it.Not sure where its coming from.I attached a photo of where the leak settles.
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Do you still have the egr cooler in place?

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Yes its Deleted/in place
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Yes its deleted/in place
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I’m confused. Is the cooler there or not?
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Re: 6.0 coolant drip on the right rear passengerside

that is confusing ... hmmmmm ... i guess it cold be deleted and in place if it were just welded shut!


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Yea its welded,it ended up being a hose underneath the turbo area.
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Re: 6.0 coolant drip on the right rear passengerside

i'd sure like to see what hose and where it was leaking, if you have a chance to snag a picture of it


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Re: 6.0 coolant drip on the right rear passengerside

I bet he's talking about the egr cooler hose.


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