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This is a discussion on splattered antifreeze?!?!?! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Last week I somehow got a gash in my top radiator hose which splattered antifreeze all over, so I put ...

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    splattered antifreeze?!?!?!

    Last week I somehow got a gash in my top radiator hose which splattered antifreeze all over, so I put a new one on and thought that was the end of it. Today I noticed I'm leaking antifreeze again, it's splattered from around the alternator to the air intake but this time no leaks from the radiator hose any ideas what could be wrong???

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    check for a crack on the top plastic portion of your radiator. Very common occurance
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    Quote Originally Posted by GarrettKoonsman View Post
    check for a crack on the top plastic portion of your radiator. Very common occurance
    +1.. Also check the cover of the surge tank they like to rust a tad and start to leak over time, there is actually a revised part for it ( I think a different paint was used or something ) if you ever need it replaced...

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