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Hi all,

 

I’ve discovered I have a coolant leak on the left side of the engine.  Can anyone help me identify which hose this is?  Not sure at this point whether it’s the hose at fault or something else.  If there is a procedure to replace this hose, that would be helpful too!

 

Dave

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Good timing since I was just in there.  That looks like the hose coming off the water pump.  Not overly difficult as it is just a hose but getting at the ends is no fun because of the engine mounting plate and the mufflers.  I'll leave it up to the more seasoned folks here but if yours is a 2003, it might make sense if you have to disassemble the rear of the car to replace the water pump while you're in there.  (Mileage depending of course)

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