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Pontiac 2003 grand am low coolant light comes on

Pontiac 2003 grand am low coolant light comes on and we fill, can not see it leaking but keeps using coolant where is it going?

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Check if the engine is over heat,it it over heating ,definitely the coolant will dry,so check is,hope that clear your mind and help you

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