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Posted: Aug 31 2018 at 6:03pm | IP Logged Quote davidjbrady

Hi, I am the original owner of a 2008 Frontier V6. I noticed today
when changing the oil that the passenger side frame looked like it
had antifreeze splatter on it.   it is the inlet/outlet pipe closer to the
passenger fender (outside hose).Looks like I have small leak on the
plastic adapter which connects the heater hose from the engine to
the heater core? This plastic adapter looks to be half inch pipe. I
have 129K miles on it. All else is well with truck.
Is this a known problem? I added 16 ounces of antifreeze.

David Brady

08 Frontier CC, 4X4, LWB
15 Altima S
Sacramento, CA
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Posted: Sep 01 2018 at 3:41pm | IP Logged Quote lakota



I haven't heard of it yet... well 'til 'bout 10 minutes ago!

The site is a bit quite but I pop in every day then go back to sleep..

Have a good one.. Don S..

PLEASE >>> A SIG similar to mine can be VERY HELPFUL to all the members!
'99 4x4 3.3 Frontier Se KC Auto, 48,000 miles
'76 4x4 401 Wagoneer QT
'04 FWD 1.8 Sentra '08 FWD 2.4 Camry LE
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