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Leaking antifreeze fluid from under the engine.

My truck is leaking antifreeze fluid from under the engine. I can't see where it's coming from when looking under the hood. But when I look under the engine from the ground I can see it leaking from the passenger side of the engine.


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    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    have you ever replaced the intake gasket if the water pump was leaking it would be in the front of the motor.

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Most likely leaking from the water pump which will need to be replaced

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might be a freeze plug leaking, or heater hose. there are three freeze plugs on each side of engine and two in back of engine. most likely if any of them are leaking, it will be the one behind the starter on the far right rear of engine block. they have also been known to leak around the front and rear of intake, where intake, head, and block meet.

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