Originally Posted by azdysb
You should have your exhaust system (pressure) checked. If there's water getting into your oil it's likely the head gasket but as you've replaced that & assume the water is bypassing the engine then the exhaust manifold or something around there is probably cracked and allowing air flow/pressure to build where it shouldn't ; forcing the water out. Worth a look anyway as I had the same problem on a car many moons ago. Hope you find it.
Ford A/C Condenser is just one of the many high quality parts that work together to create a superior driving experience. The A/C condenser is part of the car's air conditioning system that keeps the interior of the car cool, comfortable during hot days, warm, and cozy during cold ones. The Ford A/C condenser also helps in cooling down the Ford engine, preventing it from overheating. The A/C condenser is usually cooled by one or two auxiliary fans.
It is very important to replace a damaged or malfunctioning A/C condenser immediately to prevent further damage to the engine. The comfort and convenience of the passengers is also compromised if the A/C condenser is not working properly. When looking for replacement Ford A/C condensers you should carefully appraise the quality and durability so that you can get more value for your money. let me know if this works my truck f 150 doing same thing and think I am going to try as my ac is not currently charged