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1998 Neon leaking antifreeze

My 1998 Neon overheated and lost all antifeeeze. I added some no, and see it leaking, but can't tell where the leak is. The top and bottom hose and radiator are fine. Where else could the antifreeze leak from?

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There could be a leak in the radiator or the water pump. Or the overflow coolant bottle but that normally won't drain all of the coolant. Fill up the radiator when the car is cold and start the car and keep an eye on it to see where the leak is coming from.

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