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My radiator continues to boil over, I have to continuously put water in radiator. I have put new water pump on, themostat been changed. Continues to lose water,

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Have you checked your engine oil for any signs of water in it? It looks like a head gasket problem if there are any signs in oil, otherwise the system has an airlock and needs to be bled properly.

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