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Cant any one Help me my car over heats and After a few minutes i get water leak from the Deposit

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Sounds like you have a cracked head or a blowen head gasket, take the small black hose that is connected to the filler bottle (coming from the radiator cap) and put the end of the hose from the filler tank in a half full bottle of water make sure the end of the hose is under the water, start the engine and run for about 5 to 10 minutes, if there are bubbles coming from the hose this will tell you the head has a crack in it or you have a blowen head gasket. take it to your mechanic for repairs

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