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No heat,ice on the inside window and antifreeze leaks

While i am drivng the car blows out cold air,before starting up the car in the morning,they're alot of ice in the inside of my vechile,and i fill the antifreeze up but it continue to run low.

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Check your coolant lines somewhere its leaking line radiator /radiator itself but something is leaking And remember if you need a radiator take it to a auto body repair shop the rates are better 44 or 110.0 Please rate my response Thank you very much

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