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My ford Explorer is not over heating but I am loosing 1.5 Liters of water everday I have changed the radiator, thermostat and fan and I still am loosing water in the radiator

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It may be coming out the exhaust pipe due to bad head gasket. the head gasket may be blown on the exhaust side of it and its going out through the exhaust system.you can try filling it up with antifreeze and checking for sweet smell coming from exhaust at rear of car. if you don't see any thing on ground, it's going somewhere. i know thats probably not what you will like to hear but it could be worse and lealing into the oil. sorry for your trouble and thank you for choosing fixya.com

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