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1991 V6 4Runner leaking coolant

It's a pretty profuse leak I tried tracking it back to where I believe it's coming from.

Right under the radiator hose that leads to the engine is a metal pipe that leads to a rubber cap and is clamped. Pretty sure it's leaking from there.

I have no idea what it's called though to try and find a way to replace it.

Any help would be appreciated thank you
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Um...there are 2 radiator hoses that lead back to the engine. Which one?

I take it that yer engine is the 3vze 3.0? Does this thread help you in identifying the hose?
https://www.yotatech.com/forums/f116...e-help-269090/

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I need to know what size bolts i need for the pipe going to the firewall its missing 2 bolts unfortunately don't have the right size to fix it its the pipe that goes underneath the manifold
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Which pipe? Could you post a piccie of what yer asking about? Thanks!

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I ended up getting it sealed up better with a friend's help
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