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When i put water in the radiator it runs out the bottom of the engine and i don't know where its coming from

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Water runs all over and can confuse you as to where it is actually coming from. Is the engine damaged? Did it recently overheat? It could be a busted hose, a cracked radiator, or a cracked engine block. You need to ask a buddy to pour the water in the radiator, while you look for the leak.

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