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Q: Radiator hose leaking at engine.

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I changed my radiator and hose, but it continues to leak from where the hose connects to the engine.

A: Hello, it is possible there is some corrosi...

Hello, it is possible there is some corrosion on the pipe where the hose connects to the motor. I would have that cleaned by a qualified technician and remove the stock pipe clamps and put on a screw on type hose clamp.

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