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Mitsubishi Coolant Leaks

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You may need to replace the factory hose clip with a more reliable hose clamp.

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This applies to 2013-2015 Outlander Sport/RVR vehicles. If coolant is leaking from the radiator condenser tank at the hose connection, remove the hose from the tank and inspect the hose fitting for flash or other condition that inhibits the hose from sealing to the fitting.

It is very important to obtain a good sealing surface between the hose and hose connection as the clip is installed on the hose at the factory is for retention only, and not for sealing of the hose to hose connection. Once the hose connection has been repaired, reinstall the hose to the tank using an appropriate hose clamp.

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