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Coolant tank low filled it up went for 10 min trip to store and back. The coolant empty, I haven't had any leaks that I could see.

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If youre sure that there is no leaks, drive the car continously up to 15 to 30 minutes, observe the cooling system. if it cool. replace only cylinder head gasket, if engine cooling not normal. check cylinder head and sub systems, replace p ings and gasket

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