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Q: Coolant issue

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I have a coolant leak issue and I went to mechanic he said the coolant is leaking from the heater hose I replaced them And after that there was no leak problem every thing was perfect after 10days it started leaking again but not from the heater hose . Can someone please help me out

My car has 143290 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

When the coolant leaks begin, sometimes it can seem overwhelming. The thing to remember is that there are a number of cooling hoses on your car and they’re all the same age, so once you see a coolant leak, they can seem to be popping up all over. The best way to get a handle on this is to do a cooling system pressure test where the cooling system is pumped up with a pressure pump and a technician goes over the whole system to identify the leak. YourMechanic can send a technician to your home or office to perform this test and remedy your leak.

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