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Hi, im writing to ask you when i changed the water radiator in my car chrysler grand voyager, 2,8l, crd reg. 2004

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    does crv 2004 model use water in its radiator cooling systems?

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I hope it wasn't just striaght water , and it sounds like a leaking water jacket or worse a blown head gasket. Take it in to aase cert rad repair shop and have them fix it .DON"T RUN THE VAN HAVE IT TOWED COULD BLOW MOTOR

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  • C Astbury Dec 03, 2008

    I hope it wasn't just striaght water , and it sounds like a leaking water jacket or worse a blown head gasket. Take it in to aase cert rad repair shop and have them fix it .DON"T RUN THE VAN HAVE IT TOWED COULD BLOW MOTOR

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