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I NEED HELP FOR SOMEBODY TO HELP ME FIND A WAY TO FIGURE WHERE THE COOLANT IS ITS NOT IN THE RADIATOR ITS SOMEWHERE ELSE LICKING WATER SOMEWHERE ELSE IT LOOKS LIKE BEHIND THE WATER PUMP OR THE MANIFOLD

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You need a repair shop

We have no way of answering that,
as you know

Almost all questions, require a vehicle to do
some inspection and testing

Wouldn't even guess at your issues

Posted on Apr 01, 2011

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