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Over heating all hoses are changed.all top gaskets changed. no coolent in oil.loosing 1 gal per 10 miles

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Top gaskets including head gaskets or just intake manifold gaskets?
You can try a chemical dye in the water and see if a ultraviolet light will show a leak.

Check the thermostat, would not help leak but could explain things like sheared off water pump impeller or blocked water passages if thermostat came apart.

The electric cooling system is there for a reason, the water is not enough to cool some of these engines. This can explain the overheating but not the water loss.

Check the a/c duct drain coming out of the Firewall. Your heater core could leak and discharge out the bottom of your truck.

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