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I have 1998 model maruthi 800 now only i bought that.yesterday i fulfill the radiater water but today there is no water what could i do?

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I would fill the radiator back up and park the car somewhere in order to see where it is leaking from. The hoses are usually the first place, then the radiator itself, water pump and of course the head-gasket if it is the head gasket then the oil will look like coffee with cream. Hope this helped Tim

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