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Lower radiator hose leak metal tube

I have a 2006 town and country 3.8l the metal tube attached to the lower radiator hose is leaking? what is it called and replacement procedures

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This lower tube is coolant inlet tube to water part as far as i know..they will know what one it is if you describe it..fairly common part..not too bad to replace

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