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Coolant spraying out from a plug on side upper position

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Need more info ,but you can try tightening the plug or replacing gasket/oring then tighten.

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  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the water outlet adapter.
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    Fig. Exploded view of the water outlet adapter and tightening specifications



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    Fig. Remove the (A) coolant thermostat and the (B) O-ring seal


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    Fig. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold

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    Fig. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold

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