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Old 01-25-2013, 10:17 AM
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Leaking coolant up front pass side

So I went up to Tahoe a couple weekends ago and it was -11 degrees at night.
The other day I see a small puddle under the truck up front. I cleaned as much as I could on the front of the motor. Figured it was the water pump going.
Now I look at it and I really don't see it coming from the weep hole in the snout.
It is coming down the pass side front and hitting the red battery cable that is sleeved and in a bracket just behind where it turns from coming down from the battery to run along the oil pan. Is there a freeze plug on the front of the motor near the water pump? I am stumped, but I smell coolant when I shut the truck down and walk around the front.
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