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cooling problem


Created On Sunday August 08, 2010 07:55 Diesel Talk
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pkalamasz
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I own an 05 f250 6L I was pulling my camper and started to overheat. When I checked the overflow it was dry so when I got home I flushed the cooling system and refilled. Now my overflow cap is blowing coolant out after truck runs for a bit. Temperature is staying normal. I also installed a new thermostat just to be safe. Any ideas this thing is annoying the crap out of me!
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JoeZ
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It sounds like head gasket time.....sorry to say!! Common problem with this engine.

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