Question about 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan
Go get a pressure test done this should make the problem more obvious and does nit involve stripping anything apart. Without seeing the leak this is what I would check. Are hose clamps tight - a split in the hose us less likely but still possible. Look in the radiator is there oil in the water, it is possible to have a "blown" head gasket. Welsh plugs are the next if there are any there. From there things get more serious like cracks in the block.
Posted on Jan 12, 2013
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