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Cooling over heating fast and loss of coolent

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You have to find the source of the leak before you can find out how to fix it. Look around. Let me know what you see. Take pics if you have to

Posted on Jan 08, 2013

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this is because
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3.the coolent level may be less which is not sufficient to cool the heat produced because of it.


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