It sure looks clean....
On the one going in the radiator- remove the line going into the fitting
with a flare nu wrench, back up the fitting so it wont turn too. then remove
the fitting going into the radiator, then put teflon tape on the threads of
the fitting, tighten it back into the radiator. put the line back into the
fitting, tighten with a flare nut wrench while backing it up with a regular
wrench on the fitting. Cant tell anything about the other leak. Hole in the
Access to those fittings is a Pita. You will probably have to take
off the fan to get any kind of clearance at all. And a stubby wrench
may be needed on the lower fitting. What do you want to bet when your
radiator was changed that the fittings were not properly tightened down?
Been there and done that on my 93. I was dam sorry i got the two core
replacement radiator. It was near impossible to get the fan
on with the extra thickness of the two core radiator.
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