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Water keeps running low on my Mazda 626. i know there is a split in the seam of the over flow jug could this empty the coolent in 4 to 5 days of driving?

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Any leak will allow coolant to escape. If the item is truly an overflow and not an expansion tank, loss would be less. Pressure test the cooling system and fix any leaks, is the next step.

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