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4.6 motor swap

. Finished all details . Now I am putting the antifreeze in to the car, when all of sudden it started leaking from to top end. Any suggestions as to why or what could it be caused from..

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I give up? What model year are well dealing with here? Don't make us out here in Internet land guess. Hard to give good help.

If you are looking for a WAG, how about did you reseal the heater water pump hose that runs through the motor valley?


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Another question. What did you do to the engine before you installed it? Area of leaks? Hoses all connected?
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