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Water tank empy rust coloured water pouring out under engine

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  • pat_midgley Sep 26, 2009

    thanks but its not coming from the water tank its further down the line under the engine



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Put 2 liters of stp radiator flush to clean then fresh water with anti freeze

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You can have your water tank overhauled and repaired.
Otherwise, you can buy one brand new water tank.

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