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Replaced old coolant hose from intake to heater core.Still leaking at intake stem and hose.New clamp,checked to make sure it was tight.Took hose off and checked for crack in stem,looked ok.Still leaking at same area as old hose so now what?


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sometimes there is a corrosion build up on the coolant outlet. did you notice any build up when you had the hose off? You may have to clean the outlet.


   
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