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My 1995 camaro is blowing antifreeze out of the tailpipe but the car isn't running hot. Found this problem when one day I tried to start the car and it would not even try to start. I had the battery checked and it was not the battery since the battery was good and had a charge I ruled out the alternator so I assumed it was the starter but now with this other problem I am hopeing it is not a blow head gasket or something worse. The car only has 78,000 miles on it.

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One of the head gaskets is most likely shot. Unless the car sat for a long time like 6 months, it sounds like you have two separate problems. It could have a bad starter

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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I had the same problem (AFTER i took it in to have the water pump replaced)it never did get hot i didn't no until one day went to check the antifreeze and the radiator cap had bromn gunk on it in the hole was the same thing my antifreeze was brownish and had water coming out of tailpipe. we placed the manifold gasket that didn't solve the problem i ended up replacing motor. just make sure you can trust the person who works on your car or it could cost you

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Hello, anytime you have antifreeze running out of the tailpipe means the engine is ingesting it. On this application the intake gasket could be blown or the head gasket. Either way it is internal. Hated to be the bearer of bad news! Have a good day!

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Drcaign is correct

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