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Car over heating, losing collant. is it the theromastat? and where is it located?

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    tony yeatman May 11, 2010

    Where are you losing the coolant to Inside engine or out of radiator etc

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Sounds like a water-pump ,or a busted hose,start your car and try and see where the leak is coming from.if its leaking from the rad it could be a bleeder nut its about 3 bucks or the rad itself,if it were the theromastat it would normally just overheat and shut down,im not sure where the thermomastat is on your caddy but it should be behind your fan and it is inside a part called a gooseneck a metal part with 2 or 3 bolts

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