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Pushes the radiator water back through the radiator cap when the engine is running.

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2. The radiator cap could be bad, allowing hot coolant to exit the radiator and flow into the overflow tank. Have the cap tested or just replace it. It's a cheap item.

3. A leaky head gasket is allowing combustion gases to pressurize the cooling system, which pushes the coolant past the radiator cap. You can easily diagnose this by carefully removing the radiator cap and, with the engine running, observing if there is a continuous stream of bubbles in the coolant. These bubbles are exhaust gas, and you will need to replace the head gasket.

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