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Q: Intake manifold leaking

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The intake manifold is leaking antifreeze.

A: Hi. Coolant leaks from the intake manifold ...

Hi. Coolant leaks from the intake manifold are common after the gasket starts to wear away requiring an intake gasket replacement. A mechanic from YourMechanic can diagnose the problem further if you desire.

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