radiator fluid leak in heater hoses or heater core: Where do I find them?

Asked by Oct 31, 2014 at 03:57 PM about the 1994 GMC Safari

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replaced :  radiator, upper and lower hoses, water pump.  Van still has a small fluid leak under driver side front end .I am thinking it is heater hoses or heater core.  where do I start to access these?

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have you tried usung radiator leak stopper

Never use stop leak!! It clogs up the heater core and corrodes the aluminium inlets and outlets!! Which to answer your question is what probably why you still have a leak the bottom inlet/outlet has probably corroded (like mine)! Its literally over top the front passenger tire! Take the tire off and remove the wheel well covering and there should be two hoses running to aluminium inlet/outlets one or both of those probably corroded and broken off!

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