Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
First find out where exactly its leaking from.if its a hose,is it a loose clamp.some cars use a spring clamp,like a big circlip.replace them with proper hose clamps,with the knurled teeth and hex drive screw.if hose split,get new hose.only change hoses when engine cold,catch any spilt coolant,its very poisonous.if its radiator,get radiator shop to remove and repair.
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