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Car warms up properly and I have topped off anti freeze get a little heat but not any way near to what it should be...There must be a leak somewhere because I have replaced small amounts of fluid twice

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Have you water pump checked for proper flow.The fins could be worn out and also could be leaking slowly.:)

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