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Old 04-25-2012, 11:27 AM
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Antifreeze on bottom of radiator

I am new to the forum and Diesels in general however I am no stranger to a wrench. I noticed today a small stain of antifreeze after a short ride. It's coming off the bottom of radiator. Truck has 155 on clock I am thinking waterpump weep hole but shouldn't that be running off the bottom of the block? Truck not running, hot degass bottle a little low. What I don't know is if these truck have weak radiators. I can see that the whole thermostat assemble recently changed b4 I purchased truck. Pevious ride was over 200mi with no issue.
Thanks for any input.
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