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Water in radiator decrease but not in the reserviour tank

The water decreases in the radiator but not in the reserviour tank and there is a positive pressure air come out from the radiator cup when i try to remove it although the car is cold and not running

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Get a new radiator cap and make sure the tube from the cap of the res. tank goes into the coolant that is in the tank or it won't draw the coolant back and forth. The tube to thge radiator must also be connected.

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