Found the reason water is leaking out of car every 10 miles. Theres a pair of hoses that go into the block on drivers side. They leave the block from there and go around, up and make a right turn, go across motor ubder the cowl piece, then drop down and make a right turn into the firewall. Im sure the 2 hoses end at the heater core. So, now that I found the leak, which is one of the 2 hoses that go into the block, I'll have to remove about everything to get to them. The egr hose, the throttle body lines, and all those other parts that are in the way so I can unhook the leaking hose of the 2 coming from the heater core. What I hope to find out now is if anyone knows if I can simply cut the one thats leaking right there at the block and just hook it back up with hose clamp or are those heater hose ends specially made to clamp on or go into the block or whatever theyre connected to? In other words, do you think I have to replace the whole hose all the way to the heater core just because the end at the block cant be replaced? Or are there any ways to reconnect the hose after I cut the bad end off? And is there a way I can get to that end and fix it without taking off the intake and all that stuff thats in the way? Thanks lot!!