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I have a2000chevy blazer ls antifreeze dripping underneth.

It does that only when idling.

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Where is the drip coming from?
You can get an intermittant drip from the waterpump, check the weep hole on the water pump with the engine off if there is coolant present replace it.
Good Luck

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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