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Q: Bolt underneath engine block is leaking water left side 2001 ranger

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Bolt on engine block underneath left side is leaking out hot water it's a 2001 Ford ranger it overheated

My car has 170000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: I’m not sure what "bolt" you’re t...

I’m not sure what "bolt" you’re talking about and you don’t say what engine is in your vehicle. My recommendation is to have a professional pressurize the cooling system to pinpoint the exact location of the leak. Allowing the engine to overheat can cause serious damage, so I suggest you have this leak issue fixed.) as soon as possible.

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