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Car is running hot

I see no water or antifreeze running out but the temp gauge shows hot. I did get under the car and some water build up was near a flywheel.

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    Vincent_G May 11, 2010

    Let the engine cool and inspect the FREEZE PLUGS. Freeze plug is metal cap that press into the engine blocks. In event of a freeze or over-heating these plugs will leak before destroy the engine. ==== Please check out my Fixya TIP link HERE



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The freeze plugs has a slow leaking.

Do a coolant system pressure test to locate the source of the leak.

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