Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
Any idea where the antifreeze could be dripping from on our 93 Dodge Grand Caravan? My husband says the antifreeze smell isn't coming from the exhaust, but rather dripping onto the exhaust, thus causing us to smell it outside the vehicle as it burns up. Our van heats fine and the leak is only a small drip. It's -30 degrees right now and without a mirror it is tough to see where the leak is originating from. Is it possible there is a hose leaking on the firewall side of the engine? Don't think it's a head or head gasket problem, but possibly water pump and hoping just a leaky old hose. Thanks for any input you can offer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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