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What is wrong when a 1992 Honda Accord is losing coolant but has no leaks or overheating or fumes in exhaust and the thermostat and radiator fan work?

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2005-01-13 10:57:05
2005-01-13 10:57:05

If it had no leaks it would not be loosing coolant. So therefore it does have a leak. It can be leaking in a spot where the coolant burns away before dripping on the ground. Also a blown head gasket is a possibility. Look for coolant in the oil. A heater core can leak. Do you smell coolant inside the car or are the windows fogging up or developing a film. You need to have a pressure test run on the cooling system and find this leak.

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