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What is causing the antifreeze to leaking your 1998 Chevy lumina when there are not any spots on the ground?

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2014-11-20 06:57:41
2014-11-20 06:57:41

A small radiator leak can cause antifreeze to leak on your 1998 Chevy Lumina when there are not any spots on the ground. A pinhole in a hose can also cause this.

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