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Collant isn't leaking out but it is evaporating or somehow i'm losing it and now no heat

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No heat is the result of low/no coolant. Some places to look for the coolant leaks: Bad head gasket, cracked head, "pinholes" in one of the hoses, leakage around the clamps, and a hole in one of the side tanks on the radiator. If your windows are fogging upon startup or you have a sweet smell inside the cabin chances are the heater core is bad.

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