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Carbonsky

Coolant Leak/Intake Manifold Removal

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Good day,

 

So after discovering a coolant leak on my early R32 GTR and replacing the culprit, another leak sprung before I even made it out the garage. After replacing this second hose, another coolant leak from yet a third hose began. Please note, the first hose had a identifiable split but the other two seem to be leaking from around the end/clamp of the hoses. It seems at this point I should order a full hose kit and replace all the hoses in this area. It appears to successfully accomplish this I must remove the intake manifold. If this is indeed the case any suggestions or recommendations on anything I should upgrade or replace with this area exposed.

 

Much appreciated

Gents

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Yuh, no fun trying to do all that with the plenum on. Even from below it is a complete bear.

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