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Old 12-03-2004, 17:39   #1 (permalink)
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leaking heater pipes on lower manifold

ford wants $360 for it is there any where else to buy it cheaper or make one
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Re: leaking heater pipes on lower manifold

What engine is it, and what is actually leaking? If it is the manifold itself because of corrosion, you can normally weld it up. If it is the piping, is it cracked or corroded. You may be able to patch it up or weld it too.
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Re: leaking heater pipes on lower manifold

sorry it's a eb 5l and it's the steel heater pipes that runs from behind the themastat & under the manifolds to the back of the motor
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Re: leaking heater pipes on lower manifold

Where is it leaking from? Sometimes they rust out on the ends back towards the firewall. It's not just hose clamps coming loose is it?
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Re: leaking heater pipes on lower manifold

Don't spend that money on fixing it !
Check where its actually leaking?
Can be re- flanged or welded etc As said....
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