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Losing some coolant for my 06 swift ddis, anybody got any ideas? there is no water in the oil and no visible puddles on the floor, loosing about a pint over a 3 week period!

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Have Radiator pressure tested you will know right away. It is still possible it is going in the oil just not enough to change the color right away.

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