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Losing fluid and car is overheating - no visible leaks.got opinion from radiator people say head gasket is blown can this be true ? no oil in water or water in oil

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No white smoke or liquid from tail pipe

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You can have a blown head gasket without mixing of liquids, the coolant is going out the tailpipe, and engine compression is overloading the coolant system pressure

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    no white smoke or liquid coming out of tailpipe

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