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G'day bigknc.Never heard of a jonway before.I think they really wanted to call it a "john Wayne"but they probably thought 2 first names sounds a bit geeky.Anyway....First you will have to find the source of the leak .If that beast is leaking coolant from the overflow on the radiator tank then that tells us of a pressurised system either though overheating or a leaking head gasket.If it's leaking from the weep hole on the engine where the propeller pump is then you've got a leaking seal.Could also be a loose hose clamp.Look for the easy fix options first . but you will need to pin point where the leak is....Hope i could help..Tabbycat 282

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