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We have a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country we have to refill the coolant almost everyday . Any suggestions on what would be causing this ??

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A couple of things, your overflow fill tank could have a crack in it,, your cap to the radiator could be bad,, and the worst thing is you could have a blown head gasket that turns the water to steam as your driving , check the tailpipe for any water residue ,, and your dip stick for any signs of oil in the water ( or water in the oil which is a white milky substance) having a compression check on your motor will tell you right away if its the latter

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You've got a good size leak somewhere. Check the hoses and radiator cap. There could be a hole in your radiator

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