Question about 1998 Chevrolet C1500
There's not usually a seal for these, the metal is commonly molded into the plastic sides of the radiator.. Remove the radiator tube and inspect the plastic around the fitting for cracks. If you find cracks in the plastic, then you know your answer. If it's leaking from around the radiator hose you could try replacing the clamp with a hose clamp that you can tighten with a screw driver.
My guess is the plastic is cracked there, and the radiator needs replaced, but you should inspect it first of course.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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