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Leaking radiator fluid but not from rad., pink fluid, no hose leaks

Are there sensors in a vortec 6cyl that control fuel pressure? I have a 1998 or 99 Chevy blazer leaking what I thought was radiator fluid cause its pink, but rad. is full. checked all hoses cannot find the leak but its coming from somewhere. Feels kinda guttless, rpms aren't as high as they usually are. suggestions?

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Sounds like power steering hose the pressure Line is what it will be check the fluid in it but it will be that replace the hose and done look for wet ness around it and it will be easy to replace

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A fluid leak that is pink and/or red colored is usually either power steering fluid or transmission fluid. I recommend checking both. You can check the power steering fluid when the car is off. However, the transmission fluid should be checked with the engine warm and idling in neutral. Have someone else step on the brake or use the parking brake and block the wheels while you're measuring the transmission fluid level.

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