Honda OEM hoses uses spring clamps and if it had been replaced with non OEM it would most likely be the screw clamp which would start to leak over time.
You have to be careful if you wish to continue driving the vehicle as excessive coolant losse can result in overheating which could damage the engine.
Repairing the leak shoud be a simple job.
Jack up vehicle.
From bottom of vehicle you can remove the clamp easily.
Remove the splash shield.
If the hose is in good condition, applying some RTV sealant and retightening the clamp should work.
If OEM spring clamp, it would be easier.
Use plier to release tension on clamp and push clamp away from joint.
Twist hose off and apply sealant.
Push hose back and reinstall clamp.
Monday, January 3rd, 2011 AT 3:16 PM