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products Leak Go radiator stop

In general coolant leak fix in a bottle is bad news as already explained here. The one thing I think that has been left out is if you have a radiator or heater core leaking, assuming you have only one small leak, consider that probably the rest of the core (heat exchange surface, the part between the tanks) is probably thin all over, so even if the "mechanic in a bottle" manages to fix the small leak today, how long till you have a leak big enough it won't be able to cope?

And then, yeah, this stuff does not have any brains, it goes everywhere, plugs up all sorts of small passages, this is less a problem with old Detroit Iron cars than newer ones.

A leaking seal like a water pump seal is very unlikely to be "cured" by this stuff.

It's also important to use the correct type of antifreeze, and to mix it with *distilled* water, and if you change that about every 2-3 years, you probably won't have any more corrosion-related leaks. Most neglect this but if you take care of it, as they say "it will take care of you".

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