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To fix the Problem described below, fobara recommended "Iron Tight". Searched but could not find "Iron Tight". I did find "Irontite" made by Kwik-Way, Inc. Is this what fobara was recommending. Or is "Iron Tight" a different product? If is is different, please identify the manufacturer. If the Kwik-Way product is correct, they make 2 Sealers: "All Weather Seal" and "Ceramic Motor Seal". Which should I use or should I use both? Please email jerrymax@integrity.com, thank you. Mitsubishl Problem: 1) Mitsubishi Galant 2000 water blowing out of overflow. Problem started after slow radiator leak caused car to overheat and it was driven about 4 miles on fwy before car was stopped to have radiator refilled. Resealed radiator, but it opened up again. Replaced radiator. Water blowout was noted, so I replaced radiator cap, then Thermostat. Problem continues. Can drive about 25 miles before enough water is blown out (about 3 Qts), that the car starts to over heat. If it a head leak, is there some type of sealer that can be added to stop the leak? Email: jerrymax@integrity.com

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Sorry but think about it how many galants have you seen on the road lately, u can try but if its over 130,000 its done this was another car made to fail

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