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JEEP SMOKING FROM RADIATOR TO WATER PUMP HOSE

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  • mc01 May 11, 2010

    Is it coming out of the hose when undone, or is it coming off the outside of the hose?

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Sounds like possible radiator leak spraying coolant forward advise pressure test of cooling system

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