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Leaking anti freeze. Not from hoses. Behind the Radiator. On top of the front where the tires connect.

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Sounds like your water punp. remove your under cover panels and look. let it run till it gets good and warm. then look for leaks while it has presure on it

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Anti-freeze is leaking from the right side of my car towards the front right tire. It's not leaking from the radiator. I have to constantly refill the refill container that holds the extra anti-freeze.


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