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MY 1999 suburban has water dripping from the engine. I can't find where.

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Check your hoses for small holes and cracks. especially close to the hose clamps if not then check your water pump and radiator. sometimes the water will drip from a hose and travel down wires landing in a different spot on the ground. or the easy way out can be to take it to a mechanic and have them pressure test your cooling system. itll take about 30 mins and be about 40$

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