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Water disappear mazda mx6 1995

Water disappear while driving overheats within 10km with no sign of leaks.
While idleling and fillercap is off water makes foam at cap.

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Could be a blow headgasket. Is there any white smoke/steam coming from exhaust pipe?

Posted on Nov 19, 2008

  • lesterallen Nov 19, 2008

    What fillercap do you see foam at?

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