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Old 01-25-2014, 06:29 PM   #1
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I have a 02 GT. I just noticed that I've got some coolant pooling on top of the engine block directly under the PI intake Manifold...

Where could this coolant be leaking from? The intake manifold itself? I can provide pics if needed for better explanation...

What are your thoughts on where its leaking from? The car drives fine and the temp gauge has been fine.....
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could be the intake cracked, the gaskets blown out, or the tube that runs down the center of the valley
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could be the intake cracked, the gaskets blown out, or the tube that runs down the center of the valley
Haha I like that "valley" term. Thats what that area looks exactly like. And the green coolant is the river at the bottom of the valley
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thats the "correct" term for that area lol
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Does this look familiar?

http://mustangforums.com/forum/7943362-post21.html


Mine turned out to be bad head gaskets and a cracked intake manifold.
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thats the "correct" term for that area lol
Oh ok..lol
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http://mustangforums.com/forum/7943362-post21.html


Mine turned out to be bad head gaskets and a cracked intake manifold.
Yea mines in the same spot. The car made it to 96,000 miles before something going bad... My poor baby that I bought new in 2002 is old and now has his first injury ..ever.. I'm sad
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If I do need a new intake manifold...how much do you think labor costs would be for me to have my mechanic swap it in for me? Labor cost estimate.
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book time is either 3 or 4 hours for a mod intake. (cant remember) which at my shop is $90/hr. Clean the whole area, bomb it with a ton of water, spray it dry with air, then pressure test the system and look for the leak
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Thanks for your input whitefox
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