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My chrysler pacifica is leaking anti freeze on the

My car is leaking antifreeze.
chrsler pacifica 2006 , 3.5 engine

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First find where the leak is coming from. Check the bottom of the radiator first for white corrosion. If the leak puddles in the fron and you see white corrosion on teh bottom (fins) of the radiator, chances are you just need to replace it.

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