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Hi Dennis, If you're sure that the coolant is leaking from the radiator, replace it. If the cooling system is leaking somewhere else, have the cooling system inspected by asking for a cooling system pressure check. After locating the source of the problem attend as required. Areas of interest are 1) The radiator. 2) Radiator pressure cap. 3) Broken or cracked hoses or leakages from where each fits. 4) Water pump 5) Core plugs fitted into engine block and cylinder head. 6) Cabin climate system. (Radiator inside cabin of vehicle) Keep me informed as to your progress. Regards John
Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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