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1993 chevrolet beauville G30 van 5.7L i did a radiator pressure check and i can see water dripping at the rear of the van where it could be coming from? i do see a couple of water line run from the front of the van back there what all is at the rear of the van that could be leaking cooling? if you can send me a video.
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Posted on Jun 08, 2019
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Water leaks can be tricky. The leak isn’t always where it appears to be. You will have to follow the water back to the source of the leak. Water flows downhill so it could actually be higher up than it appears.
Posted on Jun 08, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first check to see if they are loose then check to see if you have a hole in your lines if they are loose then just thighten them up not really tight just snug them up if you have a hole in your line you can replace it with a new one you can find them at any auto parts store also make sure not to cross thread the lines when you put them back on if you replace them or take them off
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
You can have it repaired at a radiator shop, or replaced with a new one. Are you sure it's the radiator that's leaking, sometimes it's the water pump or a hose that drips down onto the radiator. It can be difficult to locate due to air circulation of the fan and driving which spreads the leaking fluid around. I assume u top off the coolant often, since u say there are no issues w/ it overheating or running hot. If this is the case, the leak will eventually get worse, and adding coolant constantly gets expensive. Good luck, let me know what u decide to do, or if u have any other questions. Curt
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
There is no pressure when the engine is off. You don't have to do anything as far as putting pressure back in other than starting the engine.
Not knowing whats leaking and if its actually the lines then go get a replacement either at the parts house or the dealer.
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Posted on May 20, 2010
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