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Coolant leaked all over the parking lot

The car was fine last night and this morning! I drove it and I heard a noise sounding like I ran over plastic! But, I didnt see anything on the street and I didnt notice anything when I went to the store and drove that evening. Today, the car leaked out all over my works parking lot and I dont know what the hell is going on! Plz Halp..Ktnx ^_^

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Put some water in the plastic reservoir for the coolant. See if it leaks out. Please post your results.

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