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    Leaking Lower Radiator Hose

    Hey all got an odd problem, went out this morning to work in the garage and found a large spot of antifreeze under the right front of the car. I found water seeping out of the sensor that is in the lower radiator hose just before it enters the radiator.

    Got any tips for this? Is there an O ring I can just replace or will I need a sensor or sensor and hose.


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    There is an O-ring in there (m)

    IIRC it's part of the lower hose. I looked in RealOEM and it's not listed, so if you can't find a replacement at the hardware store you may have to buy a new hose. Before you do that take the
    O-ring out and inspect it. If you have had the sensor out recently it possibly a piece of something got in there preventing the sensor from sealing properly.

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    5/16 x 9/16 x 1/8

    O-ring is:

    ID = 5/16"
    OD = 9/16"
    Thickness = 1/8"


    Delete hyphens to see thread:

    http://www.b---immerfest.com/forums/...d.php?t=474027

    Best is to do Cooling Overhaul, disaster is waiting for you.

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