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coolant smell always evrything replaced

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hello all my cayenne s always smells coolant pipes done water pump done

no visible leakes i even replaced water pump again smell seem to come from radiator area and ander the front fender i have to putt coolant 1 litter coolant every 4 days car runs smooth and crisp except the coolant top up so any suggestions

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Two things to consider; first obtain and add a bottle of coolant system infrared dye, then run the car for a day. Second, pressure test the system while looking around with a infrared inspection light in a dimly lit area; where ever the leaks are, you will see a bright fluorescent color from the dye.

Most shops are fully capable of doing this for you and the procedure will find all external leaks quickly.

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wher does the hose no 1 goes and where the hose no 17 come from all i can see is the two hoses connected

to oil housing/cooler ?? but i cant see the others where are they connected two

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