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How to replace metal coolant line behind engine heading to rear heater. It is spraying coolant when engine is turned on. The line starts under the passenger side floorboard and goes up behind the engine. THANKS

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If you can see a small hole , and you can get to it, you may want to try to repair this there are products out there that dry in seconds, and are strong as hell.

I used duramix to seal a rear main seal , 2,000 miles later it still isnt leaking, its worth the time saved and agg trying to reaplace. Duramix - look this up on line, it may be available , I got some from a friend who works at a body shop.This stuff is amazing

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