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Did you replace the radiator yourself? It sounds like the cooling system was never "burped". A term used to get air out of the cooling system after one of the components has been replaced.
If that is the case then you are slowly replacing the air in your cooling sytem with water. http://www.spobd2.com/wholesale/key-pro-m8-programador-de-diagnostico-de-llaves-con-100-tokens.html That is why your tank would be drained after the engine has heated up.
You may want to check this out by locating the bleed screw sometimes located in the top of the radiator housing or upper radiator hose. Open it up and let it run until coolant spits out then close it back up.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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