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Radiator leaking from electrical wiring plug?

Radiator-could it be leaking from electrical wiring plug? it seams to always be wet there.

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What electrical plug? Do you mean the temp sensor on the bottom of the radiator? If its wet, its bad, replace it.

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If ther is a temp senser in the rad then they have been known to leak and is a cheap fix if this is the case.To know for sure have the rad pressure tested to confirm or just swap it out and see if the leak goes away.

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