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Radiator hose leak - Astro Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

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Well I think it goes without saying you will need a new hose, also get coolant, I recommend the ready to use type, make sure you get the proper coolant, tell the sales rep your make and model, newer cars use a long life coolant, it does not mix with older type of coolant.
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