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105,000 miles - temp spikes to 215 - 220, immediately drops to 170. Runs at 170 for about 10 miles, goes up to 210, stabalizes. Fluid level in radiator is considerably lower than beginning of the day.

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You need to start with finding the source of the leak these cars are common for water pump, and intake gasket failures

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