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    i just bought vectra c 03 reg , i realize there is some water drop under radiator on driver side , i am sure its water as it doesn't smell , some on told me its may be from air con and some say its miner leak from radiator , can some one help me if having or had same problem the leak is very minor so i cant say if my coolant water drop or not , i bought K-seal coolant leak repair but i am not sure if to use it or not.
    i will be very glad if some one help me
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    I had a leak and got a new rad, I personaly wouldn't use a rad seal type product.
    A good way of finding a leak is to look for steam when the engine is hot, preferably on a cold evening with a torch. Maybe you can then be sure if its the coolant rad or the aircon rad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmanking View Post
    i just bought vectra c 03 reg , i realize there is some water drop under radiator on driver side , i am sure its water as it doesn't smell , some on told me its may be from air con and some say its miner leak from radiator , can some one help me if having or had same problem the leak is very minor so i cant say if my coolant water drop or not , i bought K-seal coolant leak repair but i am not sure if to use it or not.
    i will be very glad if some one help me
    thank u
    This is exactly my symptom apart from ive noticed the coolant is very slowly going down, also my cabin is steaming up in the last few days. Has anyone found out if it is aircon or rad...? And what to do?

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    could be your heater matrix

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