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Leaking anti-freeze or water

The car is leaking anti-freeze/water right below the thermostat under the cover.
you put the coolant into the radiator and it comes gushing out.

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  • dalbry2 Oct 04, 2008

    I Replaced the thermostat gasket and the radiator hose and water still comes out. What do I do now?



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Change out your thermostat gasket and upper radiator hose. This should fix the problem.

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

  • kristopher betzler
    kristopher betzler Oct 04, 2008

    Is it possible for you to send me a couple pics. It is hard to diagnose without seeing. My e-mail is We will figure this out. Thanks



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