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Reservoir tank top has fluid to full line but bottom half only has a small amount of antifreeze in it. Is this normal I am loosing a small amount of fluid to my driveway not found from where yet.

Inspection only intend to add fluid

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I would get the cooling system pressure tested to 15 PSI and look for loose hose clamps.

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