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I can think of 2 possible reasons: 1) The coolant level in your system is low and the engine "sucks" coolant when you increase the RPM or 2) your head gasket(s) have develped a problem and allow the radiator to get too much pressure. In either case, have a competent technician do a pressure test and check the coolant lebe - that needs to be done when the engine is COLD.
Posted on Dec 09, 2014
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