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68 mustang cant drive the car for 2 blocks. it loses to much leaks no steam no broken hoses. and the car isnt running hot. wont start if turned off needs to be jump started

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The water has to be going somewhere most likely out the exhaust or inti the oil check both of those. Have your battery checked if ok alternator or wiring bad.

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Yours sounds like #3

It probably needs the cylinder head off and the gasket replaced. Quite a time consuming job, but DIY-able with the correct tools.

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Check out PetesPonies post on the mustang forum about leaks around the intake manifold. It may be easier to check this first.

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