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Having small puddles of anti-freeze under the block of my 2005 Chevy Impala but don't think its the hoses due to the locations of the leak(s).

Been having a small puddle of anti-freeze under the motor of my 2005 chevy impala but don't think it's the hoses because of the placement of being under the block.

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3.4 are know to have this problem. It is the intake gaskets leaking. Will cost about 400 to 700 depending on who does the work. Dont take to dealer unless under warrt....Chevy knows but will not fix

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