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My question is this,why is it that the anti freeze evaporates on my car when i do not see any leaks anywhere..the radiator is fine and so is the water pump..i change the anti freeze every 2 years.

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Maybe penetrates inside the cylinder, through cylinder head gasket, and during the combustion evaporates and discharged through exhaust.
A radiator compression test might find the problem.

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