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Radiator on 1993mitsu parjro keeps losing water,yet theres no leak in radiator.Can anyone help?

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Your saying there is not fluids on the floor ever? If this is the case you might have a leaking head gasket and you might be burning this fluid .. does the radiator pressure up or have you ever noticed water in the oil ?? holler let me know Jerry

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