Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
If it's a hose, it will leak fast, but don't count out other things like the radiator, water pump, head gasket, etc.
fill the system up with antifreeze and water or just water for diagnosis purposes, and use a pressure tester to force fluid out faster.
Maybe, if the leak is fast, you can look under the car to see exactly where it is coming from.
You say middle and opposite side of car (is this as you're sitting in the driver's seat?).
Where is the leak, now?
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