Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
There's a chance you have a blown head gasket. If that's the case, your coolant isn't disappearing, but leaking into the cylinders. Check your oil. If it looks kind of milky, it means it's mixing with your coolant, which indicates a blown head gasket. Any white smoke coming out the tail pipe is also a tip off.
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