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Checking For Hidden Coolant Leaks

Now is a good time to start checking over your vehicles before the warm weather sets in and more importantly before the summer family road trip season is in full swing. Radiator leaks on these trucks of the 2006-2010 model years can be hard to find they leak one day and are dry for weeks. In this video I show you where to look for the hidden leaks and the witness marks left behind. Remember the 2006-2007 4.0l SOHC Explorers have a revised pcm calibration with a improved cooling strategy that should be done before replacing the radiator.


If the Radiator is leaking here is how to change it out yourself-


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