Question about 2001 Chevrolet Malibu
There is antifreeze leaking from hose under overflow container on 2001 malibu. It is not leaking from the engine area, but from the area above the wheel well nearly under the overflow tank for the radiator. Had a small leak we noticed on ground about 2-3 days ago, now we have a major leak. Feels like there is a cracked hose. Wondering where it goes and comes from
That should be the hose and pipes that feed or return coolant from the heater core thru the firewall.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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It goes in the over flow reservoir. This is a sealed system. Chances are you have orange antifreeze, which is supposed to be a 100k + miles antifreeze. Do not mix colors. Use Orange antifreeze if you are topping it off.
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