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I have a 1995 chevy corsica.

I'm putting in a gallon of anti freeze a day and i don't know were it is going. it also is not shifting right and it is cutting out.

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  • missvlb66 Dec 05, 2008

    I am losing water/anti-freeze too, but car runs good. I have replaced the water pump and radiator and no visible leak seen. No leak inside car on passenger side to indicate a bad heater core. I'm lost!

  • golding88 Dec 30, 2008

    what about the antifreeze, where does it go???

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I had a leak in the antifreeze/coolant tank. Would lose antifreeze when engine was running warm due to a pressure leak. Replaced the tank and problem solved.

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Loosing this much it is leaving puddles under it? possible causes would be water pump. hoses, intake gasket. what area do you see a puddle? check oil and see if it is milky

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