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Radiator leak small leak, 1-2 years ago and did the stop leak thing - no problem, 1 mo. ago changed oil, they added a qt of antifreeze as usual......2 days ago radiator was dangerously low - no obvious leaking onto garage floor. no obvious oil colors to indicate engine

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It could aslo be the exausht manifold leak i just last month had to have that fixed. run your car for some time then stop and check underneath see if it is leaking towards back end of engine or if you can hear a hissing sound fron middle top of engine

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