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The leak you are seeing can be caused by the water pump.The water pump can leak or act up in some cases only under pressure or under higher flow situations like when the engine is revved up.
What needs to be done is to have a coolant pressure tester put on the vehicle to pressure test the cooling system to locate the leak.Most shops or a dealer will have this tool and generally charge a half hour to an hours labor.In some cases a parts store will test this free of charge or can rent out a coolant pressure tester for you to do this yourself.
If when pressure tested no leaks show up then you will need to add coolant dye to the radiator fluid.This dye can be purchased at a local parts store.Then the engine ran to circulate the dye then revved up to allow it to leak then use a leak tracer light ( black light) to locate where this dye is seeping from.It will show up a bright yellow or orange or even green ( depending on the dye color) and then the leak can be repaired.
These are the best ways to locate this leak.I suspect you will find the water pump is the cause needing replaced as this is most common.
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Did you check the water pump area at all?
Is it any of these hoses or components you suspect?If so let me know which one.
That is odd as that shows to be the correct info on your model.Let me open your question up for others here to see if anyone else can help further.
I will open your question up for others here to see if someone else can assist further on this as there may be others here that may have more info on what to check or do with this issue.I hope you can get this resolved with ease.No need to reply to my last post here unless it is a last resort as it will keep your question locked to me and others will not be able to view it.If you feel you want to continue to work with me on this feel free to reply at any time but keep in mind in some cases it can be difficult to fully diagnose or help repair this without seeing your vehicle.
Hi Im David. Can you tell me from the drawing here it is leaking from approximately?
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I have a 2005 Ford Escape With a V6 that was in an accident. At this time I have replaced the Radiator, AC Radiator and Brake Cooler. At this point I have a leak in the front of the motor behind the fans. If I fill the radiator full of liquid it will not leak when it is started. It will only leak when it the engine is revved over 4k rpm. Is there something that I can do?
So the leak is coming from the side of the engine up against the radiator and fans, correct?
The leak occurs in park and while driving but only at high rpm, correct?
The collision you were in, did parts smash up against the engine?
Is the leak a spray or drip or stream?
Is the leak more towards the front of the engine where the belt is or the rear where the transaxle? You view this engine form the passenger fender which is the front of the engine.
Best you can tell, where does it seem like the leak originates from in this link https://www.dropbox.com/s/fihdi2d2vwkfgiy/123456.png?dl=0
Have you use a cooling system pressure pump to help try and find the leak without needing to run the engine at high rpm?
Since it is in the area of 456. That leaves the oil cooler and water pump and there hoses as the most likely culprits. Based on the rpm, I believe it may have to do with the rotational torque on the pump housing to blame. So without seeing it, my pick is the pump. I suggest you use a cooling system pressure pump to get the system up to max pressure so you can see the source of the leak without running the engine and thoroughly look around the pump for cracks. There is still the possibility this impact cracked the block or head or damaged a freeze plug.
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Do these links answer those questions.
At what point was my assistance not helpful? I provided the part numbers you asked for and told you the areas that could be leaking and told you how to diagnose and find those leaks.
You must contact the website to discuss your account, I just answer questions.