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It looks like my heater is leaking outside of the vehicle. Do I have to remove the whole unit to check it or is there another way to do it?

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Most likely you have a hole in a hose. open the hood, start the vehicle and look carefully along each of the hoses leading away from your radiator.

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This is a stock photo of what the power antenna unit and kit looks likes.

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