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Small antifreeze leak after oil change. Took back in said it was just oil spilled dripping. 5 days later antifreeze all over the drive way, none in resevoir. Is it okay to drive back to dealer?

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  • Rick Civetti Aug 05, 2008

    Had the same problem after an oil change. My mechanic found the antifreeze leak coming from a broken platic housing and gasket. He replaced the parts but there was still a minor leak. He is looking into a possible crack in the block.

  • Anonymous Jan 18, 2009

    antifreeze mixing in the oil



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Open the reservoir when cold refill with prestone dont drive with empty reservoir it might overheat and cause aditionnel problem hope its a fix fpr our problem and fixya for my rating thank you pierre

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