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Durango is leaking coolant and would like assistance troubleshooting the problem.

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  • robertwilk896 May 29, 2011

    Cn you go into a littlle more detail Ill help you

  • Mike Cairns
    Mike Cairns May 29, 2011

    I would love to help you but I would need a little more details on your leak issue. Have you located where it is leaking from? A drip and from what area? Describe a little more detail and I will try and help you. Thanks mike

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You can not see where the coolant is leaking from?

Were on the internet ,not there to help you look.

I would guess, but need more of anything to go
by & what you want in the way of advice

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