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Suburban: coolant front bumper on the driver side and I

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I have a coolant leak on the driver side if my 1996 k1500 suburban (5.7 Vortex 4x4). It drips down my front bumper on the driver side and I can t seem to backtrack to see where it originates. I t started after I took a 4 hour trip fully loaded, through VERY hilly areas. I'm not sure if that matters. But it is definitely coolant. Where should I look, because it is tough to locate an origin.
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Chevy
Expert:  Michael Moore replied 8 years ago.
The only thing close to teh front bumper is the radiator. Look on the side tank, its made of plastic, is may be cracked. the only other thing would be the radiator hose. We do see alot of radiator failures on the older trucks.