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Take it to a Cert. Mech. Shop..It will cost a bit/ However it will keep You from screaming and kicking and busting your knuckles up .. Its worth the Money and also make sure they guarant their work.. I realize money is tight. in the long run let the Pro's deal with it. It will be quicker and less stressful..
Posted on Jan 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Why would you use any vehicle that, first, overheats
& obviously looses coolant/water
That simply makes no sense & you know your going to
ruin the motor on any given day
The water has to go somewhere
SO--where would it go if it did not leak out
It goes into the cylinders & out the exhaust
Why--- a failed head gasket & on some motors, the
intake gaskets, depending on design
Posted on May 23, 2014
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