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Re: Well I pulled the covers on my 95 1500 and the leak is somewhere north of the timing belt covers (on the right side) but I can't seem to find exactly where... Any ideas would help Thanx from Tucson, Az
 

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How about the right side radiator hose connection?

Or a bad radiator, or a bad radiator cap, or a broken overflow hose near the radiator cap?
 

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I had a very slight leak there--a drop or two on the floor-- after I had done my timing belts. It turned out to be a hose fitting that I had just not gotten tight enough. Yours may be that easy too. Or you could have a cracked hose. Most of that stuff is above the timing belt covers, and would drip downward.
 
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