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Radiator leaking leaking around the fitting on the top right side line

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When a radiator starts springing leaks its time to replace. You can try rad weld or similar hole plugging solutions, and they work quite well too, but it won't last long. Sometimes, if you can actually see the leak, it can be soldered shut. If it's hard to see leak then maybe get new rad.

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