Question about Dodge Charger
On a 3.5 high output There's is a pipe that is under the intake manifold once you have remove the intake manifold, you have to remove the small block of aluminum under that there is a pipe that is attached to it. that connects to the heater core, and the reservoir holding the coolant. If you take look under the car it would look as if the leak is coming by the transmission but is not. This is the problem I had with my 06 charge 3.5 the pipe had a small pinhole. The pipe cost $156. At the dealership I use a high heat resistant puddy. That seem to fix the problem for me. Well good luck
Posted on Jan 06, 2015
Try a repair shop that has been around for 15 years or more. They are dependable and far cheaper if still in business
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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