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My radiator looses water just as fast as I put it in.It seems to be leaking underneath by the rear of the motor...some one told me to ncheck freeze out plugs..HELP please

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You have to do detective work, use a mirror and trouble light to see blind spots, have someone pour water in the rad while locating the leak

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