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Posted on May 08, 2010

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You did well by shutting down quickly.
Why did the water come out when you stopped after the fan belt broke???
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Antifreeze flowing through the water jackets of the engine carry this heat away. Fan belt breaks, water pump stops pumping this very hot coolant away, engine temp goes up.
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Not seeing any leaks is very good. Smart thinking on your part saved you money.
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