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My 2005 Impala is overheating again. It had a leak in the radiator, so got new one. Now it's leaking from the metal hose pipe that's connected to the radiator and runs under the engine and around making it leak out air and water fast. What is the problem now and not sure what that line's called?

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I have edited your question. I hope I have caught the essence of the question, I was just trying to make it easier to read. –  Paulster2 Jun 15 '14 at 11:20
From your description, I'm not sure where you are leaking from, but obviously, if it's still leaking there is a problem. Whoever put the radiator in should look at how the hose clamps were attached to the radiator (or wherever it is leaking from) and realign them. It sounds like it may be too close to edge of the hose or too far back from the neck. Hard to explain, but an easy fix. –  Paulster2 Jun 15 '14 at 11:26

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