Last post on Jan 26, 2007 at 3:46 AM
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#2 of 5 Re: Fluid leak in 1998 Explorer [i20west]
Dec 30, 2006 (3:14 pm)
Could it be from the air conditioning? Water comes out of the AC system on the passenger side, and in winter it could be dark from dust or (yech) mold. Also, the exhaust system could leak water out, if you do alot of short trips in cold weather there is more water in there since the system doesn't get hot enough to evaporate it away.
#3 of 5 Fluid leak in 1999 Ford Explorer EB
Jan 13, 2007 (2:58 pm)
Hi, I have a 1999 EB Ford Explorer that has sprung a leak in one of the hoses today. The engine ran hot, pulled over and filled radiator and radiator coolant container with water, got home ok, saw bubble coming from hose in the front that leads to radiator cap area from radiator coolant container. Is it easy to replace this hose and what exactly is the hose called. I do very little mechanical work, but I'm broke and need to fix this myself. Also, how can I tell if this is the only hose that is leaking? thanks for any answers. Confused in Texas - Mike
#4 of 5 Re: Fluid leak in 1998 Explorer [i20west]
Jan 26, 2007 (3:46 am)
Fluid near the rear door it could be rear axle seal? or brake fluid? Chack the brake fluid in the master cylinder if thats okay I would suspect the axle seal because you didnt say the brake pedal was low or brake light came on and you have had work on the rear end