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Why is your 90 VW Passat leaking small drops of radiator fluid?

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2006-04-25 18:24:39
2006-04-25 18:24:39

It could be water pump, leaky radiator, hoses, head gasket, or just about anywhere else that the coolant circulates. You'll need to get under and find out where it's leaking.

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