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Old 01-19-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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Like it says i have a cooling line leaking. From what i could find its leaking in one of the bends right on the line hanger as well. Is there a easy fix or should i just replace the lines.

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Best to replace the line but I have patched them with a short piece of rubber hose.
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i figured thats what i needed to do. doesnt look fun i can only find the lines in sets. its transmission fluid that runs through those lines correct.... i'm asking because the fluid coming out is clear.
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Where is the line? Tranny fluid is red, power steering is clear and there is a power steering line on the crossmember.
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it's just rear of the engine. I may have to look at it again I thought I had it figured out nothing above the line is wet every time i wipe it clean it beads right back up. Whatever it is doesn't have a smell and it almost looks green but hard to tell with all the grease pluse it doenst smell like antifreeze its leaking pretty good.
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i say just rear of the engine in the center and its two lines running together
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That sounds like the power steering line, the line on the back cross member makes a u-turn back up into the engine bay . Either replace the line or you can patch it with a section of rubber hose.
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