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My engine is over heating but fun runs peroperly,and i realise the water is coming out from it bottle when i start the car

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If you start the car cold and it pushes water out of the coolant reservoir,you most likely need a head gasket or have a crack somewhere in the cooling system that allows combustion pressure to enter the cooling system.Not good.

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