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New head new water pump water levels not holding no leaks what could be the problem

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You need a coolant pressure tester.

You can usually borrow one from your auto parts store near you.

It pressurizes your system to show you leaks that you normally cant see while the engine is running.

Check your engine oil, it could be leaking it the oil.


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