Where is this leak coming from? Reservoir light came on, filled it half way, drove around, leak spot on ground by the passage front tire. Just seems to drip slowly, cant find the leak.

Asked by Apr 07, 2015 at 06:44 PM about the 1999 Pontiac Sunfire

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Is it water or coolant? If it was coolant, you may find a water pump. If it is plain water, it can be the evaporator . A cooling system leakdown test would help locate the source. Many shops will throw thw tester on while you ask about things, then take an educated glance and write an estimate. One more look for any slower leak sources can pretty much decide what is causing it. See what they say. If you had to, you can get that tester at a parts store.

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