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Date Posted: Sat April 26, 2014 7:58:04AM
Author: Gator Mike
Subject: Re: coolant leak
In reply to: Steve 's message, "coolant leak" on Fri April 25, 2014 8:04:22PM

I'm not really a fan of stop leaks. If it is a small leak I would leave it alone and check fluids regularly until you can get to it. Repair isn't that difficult. Just make sure when you start pulling the pipe out, work back and forth till it comes out. I used a small peice of wood as the wood is soft and didn't damage anything. The pipe is a little thin and will bend if forced. Clean it up well, use new o rings and a lubricant to reinstall. I used silicon spray but a lot of people use dish washing soap. If you have any questions I would try one of the following two sites as this one is not very active. Good luck ...Gator Mike


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