I have raidator fluid draining from a white hose in the back of the van on the driver side. Where is it coming from and how can I stop it.

Asked by May 09, 2013 at 02:58 PM about the Ford Econoline Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

6 Answers

1,655

have you tried following that hose back to where it connects?

It goes up into the frame and I cannot follow it. It will run hot from not having enough fluid in the raidator.. Each time I feel it up, it drains out.

1,655

do you see the hose in the engine compartment??

28,925

Any idea what year the van is? Does it have rear air? if so its probably a heater hose running to the rear unit.

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It's one of those GT models..... that have a lot of after market things done..It's a 2003 with air and the works...

28,925

Most likely a heater hose for the rear then. Need to find if its the hose or a clamp. And repair as necessary.

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