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Why does creamy fluid overflow from the coolant box in a car although the engine still runs but loses oil rapidly?


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2004-11-18 09:58:59
2004-11-18 09:58:59

Oil or trans fluid is getting in the coolant system. Have it checked out now. You can ruin lots of things by driving it.

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