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Losing coolant My 1999 Grand am is losing coolant and I see no visable signs. Checked dip stick and no oil & water. Thanks Deen

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What color coolant does it have in it??

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These cars are notorious for intake manifold gaskets leaking also. May not show signs of the water/coolant mixture mixing with the oil for some time. Just speaking from experience.

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