I think I may need a new radiator hose. The car was leaking coolant, not a lot seems more like a slow leak. While driving, I heard a pop. The sound wasn't loud,but noticeable. I then pulled into the nearest parking lot, upon checking under hood, I noticed coolant everywhere. The car would not start afterwards, I had to get a tow. I also noticed something disconnected with a hose attached Does this sound like it could be the hose?
My car has 88000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.
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