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Overheating antifreeze spitting back up the filler

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You have a cracked head or and defective head gasket, big job, expanding gas pressure from one or more cylinders is leaking past the gasket seal and pressurizing your cooling system

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You can use any good grade of antifreeze to recharge the sys. Based on how much you have to add to the system you might want to remove the radiator cap and add the antifreeze. Be sure to pour it in slow so you do not get an air lock and spit it all back out when the engine heats up.

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Assuming the spitting happens when the tank is NOT full, almost always it is caused by a blockage of some kind. Either the fill hose is kinked, or someone has stuck something down the filler tube. Check for blockage. One way to check, is to get about 4 feet of large (1/2" ?) clear plastic tubing and run it down the filler. Before you go too far past the neck opening, be sure you will be able to pull it out without getting stuck. Have a screw driver handy to release the trap door if necessary. You should be able to stuff at least two feet down. Though it is possible some filler hoses have a wire spiral trap device to keep things from getting into the tank, like siphon hoses, etc.

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After adding water to radiator, and idle till it warm up , it's spit the water back out, oil is clean chevy 97 lunima 3.1


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water expands as it warms up, so spitting a little back out is normal.
what you must check for is a steady stream of bubbles coming out of the filler when the car is ticking over. a steady stream of small bubbles would suggest a blown head gasket.
if there are no bubbles in the cooling system, make sure the coolant is up the the maximum mark on the reservoir. then run the car for a day or two, keeping a check on the coolant levels. as long as the level does not go below the minimum marks, then you should be ok.

just to make sure... almost all cars need to run on a mix of water and antifreeze/summer coolant.
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I hate to be the one who tells you but,if your radiator cores arent blocked as you said you have your radiator fixxed,its a head gasket,antifreeze is leaking by the head gasket and going into the piston chamber when the piston goes up it pushes the fluid back into the radiator,check your oil distick for a milky white look,antifreeze in the oil,if your car starts to have white smoke its antifreeze getting into the exaust ports either way head gasket

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