Question about Heating & Cooling
I assume you're having a coolant problem with your vehicle. If you are not finding any indications of leaking coolant and you have replaced the radiator cap and filled the radiator with antifreeze ... Pull the oil dip stick and look at the color and consistency of the oil. Is it a whitish milky color? If so, your engine has a blown head gasket and that's were the coolant is going. Also, check the air intake holes on the manifold. If you see any signs of leaks, the gaskets need replacing.
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