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We have a small leak of antifreeze under the front left side of our 1998 Plymouth Voyageur. I checked the hoses etc. but that does not seem to be the problem. Could it be the block heater?

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  • Mike Butler
    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    You will need to get a better look for where it's coming from. You may have to jack it up, or run up on ramps and use flashlight or trouble light. If not, garage & hoist probably wouldn't be overly expensive for pinpointing exact location anyway. Keep any eye on coolant level in meantime.

  • Rich Jackson May 11, 2010

    How old is your radiator?

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Hi
You will have to use a coolant pressure tester, to pump up the cooling system to normal pressure of 15lb sq in .

I am sure then, you would be able to spot the source of the leak.

Might be worth trying a bottle of Bars Leaks, or similar cooling system stop leak additive, in the cooling system.

Good Luck.!

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