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Water is dissappearing out of resivor, i had the water pump fixed. could it be a hole in the radiator

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Hi, this seams to be the head gasget this can make (mayonaize white sludge) oil and coolant mixed. putting gas pressure into the coolant. please check the spark plugs (observing the FIRING ORDER) one or more will be extra clean (know as pressure washed). to test this run engine for a few minutes and cafully take off the coolant CAP, you will need a dense large old rag (as scolding may occur). or the coolant CAP seal no good or corosion in the coolant CAP. can also be the thermostat NOT OPENING is OVERHEATING. gerry

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