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Coolant leak on my chevy beretta from the ac unit

I have a 1995 chevy beretta and the car was running fine until I parked the car. All of a sudden i heard something draining out. it was the antifreeze coming out of what i believe to be something to do with the a/c system. the part in question is on the passanger side of the car and is between the motor and the fire wall

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    Jeff Hammack May 11, 2010

    is the part mounted on the engine and belt driven, water coming out of a pipe? is this a 3.1 liter engine?

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I would say that your heater core or one of the heater core hoses has started to leak. Check the hose clamps to make sure that they are tight. Fill the coolant system and run the car. Check to see where the leak is, you may need to put the car on ramps so that you can see the leak better.

Posted on May 20, 2009

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