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I HAVE STEAM COMING THRU MY VENTS AND MY DURANGO IS LEAKING RADIATOR FLUID BUT I CANT TRACE IT

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Look around your firewall inside and under the hood. It sounds like it's your heater core.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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