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ok i got this antifreeze leak thats really bad. The fluid is leakin from down near the drainiage cap, but not the cap itself, i'm guessing from the seal that connects the pipe that runs down that side of the radiator where it actually connects to the radiator. idk for sure. just thought i'd ask here in case youz guys knew anything b4 i took it in. It leaks worst when its been driving around awhile and then i turn the truck off. all caps and hoses seem tight, and drain plug is in securely. :usa: :wall:
 

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It's been my experience that all antifreeze leaks can be fixed by replacing the hose unless there is a hole in the radiator itself. HTH.
 

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i had pretty much the same problem and i thought the drain plug was in well also. but on a whim i decided to replace it anyway and that turned out to be it. if you have never replaced your upper hose, it couldnt hurt to do so now. if i understand correctly it is leaking on the drivers side of the radiator, right?
 

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yeah hoses were just replaced with water pump, turns out it was where the plastic meets the aluminum and its gone bad or whatever idk, but i needed a new radiator, so the trucks at the shop rite now....ughhhhhh :wall:
 

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now all my friends are gonna tease me at school.... :poke: cauxe my dodge is in the garage
 

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On 2005-12-09 06:53, Baxter wrote:
now all my friends are gonna tease me at school.... :poke: cauxe my dodge is in the garage

get use to it LOL :D:
 
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