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I have to add antifreeze to my radaitor where could the leak be coming from?

(1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500)
in Marion Junction, AL on April 02, 2018
every time i drive my 1996 chevrolet 1500 truck 5.7L i have to add antifreeze
to the radaitor i did a radaitor pressure check on it look like the leak was coming from the front of the lower intake manifold how can i make sure where the leak is coming from? the engine is not over heating.
How long have you had this problem? a few months
Tags: chevrolet, silverado 1500
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on April 02, 2018
The intake manifold and / or gasket could be the source of the leak. With a pressure check, you can often find the source of the leak so it can be assessed with a close inspection. Good luck!
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