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Coolant leak leak from hose coming out of firewall

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You should have two hoses coming through the firewall, These route to your heater core and is what gives heat and defrost,one hose flows in and the other flows out. The simple solution is the the replace the hose and clamp.

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Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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