What hose should i purchase.

Asked by Apr 04, 2016 at 04:32 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt LT1 Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I own a 2010 Chevy cobalt LT. I was told that I
have a leak underneath my car. It was told it was
from my coolant and windshield wipers. So ever
time I pour New coolant into my car it runs straight
out, as well as the windshield liquid. I know I need
a new hose I just don't know which one to
purchase or which kind.

2 Answers

269,735

SO you have 2 separate issues. Let's start with the windshield wiper fluid. Check the reservoir if there are cracks and replace if necessary. Could be a hose that has come loose. You can purchase generic wiper hose in certain lengths for your application. The coolant is leaking from where? A hose? There are a few hoses on your car, upper. lower, and heater hoses, determine which one it is , talk to the auto parts store employees and they will get you the right part number.

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Step one, find the leak. As Tom says it could be from a number of sources and might be a simple as a hose that's come disconnected. As always, diagnose first, then buy parts.

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