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98 ford f150 4.2 coolant leak at the water pump.

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Old 05-29-2011, 11:14 PM
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hi i am a new on here. and today i put a new cam sensor and cam synchronizer. to do that i had to remove the tube that goes to the throtle body and then the top raidator hose the egr valve and then their is a tube that goes into the water pump that goes the the heater core and a few other places. well i took the bolt out of it and pulled it out of the water pump some to get the cam synchronizer out. well got it all back together now it is leaking out of it. is thier a o ring in it? if their is can i just get the o ring or do i got to buy the hole thang and another thang do i got to take the whole intake of to get the tube out or would it be easyer to take the water pump off or would it come out without taking anythang off? need some advice quick it is my only daily driver and im off work tommorow. thanks for the help.
 
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Old 05-31-2011, 05:42 PM
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Anybody have any ideas? I guess ill find out this weekend.
 
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