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Dear Lady/sir, The radiator (closed system)was broken, a little bit. Has been fix with some stuf. How often and how long will it hold til I have to buy a new one? I fixed it many times Hopefully I let you know enough, I'll be waiting for your answer. Greetings, MeneerWitte What terms, I don't see any terms. It is free and no private violation? Then what terms. I still have to get a car.

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No one can answer how long it will hold, just keep going and worry about that when the time comes.

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