My lincoln ls is leaking coolant from under by driver side.

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Asked by Jun 25, 2013 at 11:10 PM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have replaced water pump radiator the
reservoir

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Need to have the system pressure tested to find the leak. could be a hose, freeze plug, head gasket, intake gasket.

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Do the pressure test like Mr. Tennisshoe said, also don't forget to pay close attention to the heater core.

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I had to replace my reservoir and I dont think they bled my system correctly

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I tested the system no gaskets are cracked and they keep saying their is no leaks so I'm lost at this point

close to resorvoir there is a bleed off screw on black line,check to see if that is tight,good luck

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What happened? I am having the same problem, with it leaking under the driver side behind the front tire.

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Leaking under driver side behind front tire

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Has anyone actually found an answer to this?

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