2009 Ford F-150 - Fluid forced out

Fluid forced out with no apparent problem

What fluid ?? Why are so many of these Ask Someone posts so vague ? If fluid is forced out there has to be a problem of some sort.

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What type of fluid? Where is the fluid leaking?

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kindly explain it in detail

Generally forced fluids require a trip to the doctor…

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well… force it back in and show it who’s the boss!

or clarify, so you can get a real answer from someone. :slight_smile:

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That vague statement (sans question) is the automotive equivalent of leaving a voicemail message for your doctor along the following lines: I have a pain. What can you do to help me?

Without knowing the location of the pain, the doctor can’t help you.
Similarly, unless you disclose which fluid and/or where the fluid is being “forced out”, nobody on the internet could possibly diagnose the problem.

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Three days without any clarification from the OP would seem to indicate that this is just one more drive-by posting.

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No, there is a problem!

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Every morning when I get up I thank my lucky stars that I can force my fluids out.

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One week, and counting…
:face_with_raised_eyebrow:

well, the answer to the problem is… overfilling :wink: :grinning:

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Karnack says …

This proves how dull things have become around here, someone leaves nothing more than a belch and receives 13 replies, one guy replied three times.

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