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It is in an odd place on those, it is in the back of the engine compartment on the drivers side with the yellow cap. Here is a picture with it cicled and an arrow.
As long as you fill it up and watch the temp gauge while driving it you should be fine. Of course if there is a big leak you can make a temporary fix.
Perfect. Thank you. There is not anything else I can ask, because it is now a matter of filling the tank, and see where the leaking is coming from if any and then take it to the shop. Can you thnik of anything I might need to know?
I found the leak. It is the plastic elbow joint connecting a rubber hose to what I assume is the engine. You can see it on your picture. It is right where you started your red arrow. I should be able to get the part at any auto store and replace it myself. It is bolted on at one end and pinched together with the rubber hose by a metal ring. Would you agree I should not have any problems replacing it myself?
I will let you know how I do.
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I got it done and it was easy. I had to go to a Chevy dealership to get a part because it would take a week to get the part in from a automotive parts store. It came out to $100 for a metal housing, which replace the plastic one that cracked. The thermostat comes with it and the gasket I had was in good shape.
Thanks for your help.