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The problem with my car, i.e. altima 2005 2.5s is that, I need to fill up around 1 jug of water everyday. There is no sign of leakage then what could be the problem. Where is all the water going?

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THE WATER IS PROBALY GOING OUT THE EXUAST POSSIBLE CRACKED HEAD OR BLOWN HEAD GASKET.

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