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Leaking coolant from behind rear tire on drivers side.

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Spare bottle of antifreeze leaking? or windshild washer bottle leaking? Or rear heater, iff equiped leaking?

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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I would replace the section of hose with the hole in it. Or you can replace the entire line, but would be rather involved.

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is the fluid coming from the tire or from the backing plate of the brakes if it is from the backing plate of the brakes then if you have drum brakes its safe to say your wheel cylinder is leaking

Posted on May 04, 2010

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You have a bad hose or lose connection. By driving the car it will only get worse from the internal pressure. Putting water into it from a cooler is OK as long as you do it slowly and with the engine running. Take your car to a mechanic you trust and have them diagnose the problem then go elsewhere for a second opion. If the diagnosis is the same then find someone cheap and realiable to repair.
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