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Old 06-05-2003, 23:30   #1 (permalink)
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Leaking coolant

First I saw a litle bit of green liquid leaking from here
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I fixed this problem but now there is coolant leaking from some other place and I cant see where it is coming from all I know is that it is on the left side of the radiator near the bottom somewhere under the cold air box, are there any hoses down their that could be cracked or is the radiator stuffed ????
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Possibly a cracked tank or a leaky o'ring in the radiator. get the system pressure tested at a mechaninc/radiator place.

Falcon radiator inlet tanks have a tendancy to crack straight down the ridge on the middle of the tank..
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what model is car?
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