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Antifreeze squitting from under the engine block but what i can see it seems like a hose i just put a new radiatior in its a 1995 626 mazda

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Ensure to hose clamp is the correct size and that the clamp is on far enough on the spool on the engine block that there is a secure and tight seal when the clamp is tightened.

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