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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check it out,sounds like a waterpump ,but it could be anything,you must be using 100% to withstand -30 celcius where are you alaska??
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
SOURCE: Engine Coolant Leak
That sounds like the heater bypass tube. On the end of the tube going into the water pump is an o-ring. Pull out the tube, clean it real good, put a new o-ring on it. Clean the hole well that it goes in. Then I will put a slight amount of silicone around the o-ring. That helps it go back together and fills any imperfections.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
i know its a year later, but i went through this today. found out the problem is simple to fix. you have the black engine cowel just below the windshield. when you take the wipers off, and the screws out and lift that piece out you will see the white grommets that the screws screw into. they have a gasket that is under them that rots out. the 2 first passenger ones sit right above the fresh air intake for the a/c. take them out, clean it and use some rtv silicone to seal them up. put it all back together and let sure for a day before you test it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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