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Anti-freeze leaking out down by the belt on an 04 impala.

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Look closely around the water pump...this is usually the problem...not a difficult switch out...you might consider using the new all-vehicle anti-freeze when re-assembling...the dex-cool is harder on gaskets etc...hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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