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Regular coolant loss, in Mk 5 Golf

My '54' plate, 2.0 ltr, 150 bhp, GT-TDI Golf, which has driven 57k miles, is using approximately 1 litre of coollant per 3-4 weeks. The car is driven 35 miles daily, through medium to light traffic. It nver overheats and runs really well, no signs of discoluring in the oil, and no obvious signs within the clean engine bay. Is this a common ?

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Chris I would get the coolant system pressure tested and it might show up the problem

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