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I THINK IS A HOSE BECAUSE ALL MY RADIATOR WATER IS GONE

I HAVE AN ISUZU TROPER 1998 AND I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH MY TEMPETURE ALL MY RADIATOR WATER IS GONE THE WATER STARTED COMING OUT FROM THE MIDDLE OF MY CAR NEAR MY TRANSMISSION I DONT KNOW IF ITS A HOSE OR A SERIOUS PROBLEM BECAUSE I COULDNT FIND THE EXACT NATURE OF MY PROBLEM

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Maybe a blown headgasket. Pull your engine oil dipstick and check for a milky grey foam. All your coolant could be going into the oil pan. Could be hose or freeze plug. The best way to find it is to have a pressure test done to the cooling system.

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