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Overheating my car keeps overheating. Added rad. fluid it went away now it is back again 1 day later??? Put more fluid in and it did not take much. (quart) any suggestions oh yea also the fluid bubbles out of the overflow tank??(Burps)

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u have coolant on the ground under the car?

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