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My coolent keeps pop open the lid off and im loseing coolent but not overheating and no water in oil or oil in water and i dont see bubbles in coolent while running

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CHECK YOUR THERMOSTAT MIGHT BE RUNNING TO HOT ALSO GET YOUR SYSTEM FLUSED

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