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Why is water coming from where you put the antifreeze in instead of flowing through?

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2004-11-11 04:54:55
2004-11-11 04:54:55

A STUCK THERMOSTAT WILL DO THAT ESPECIALLY WHEN THE ENGINE STARTS 2 GET WARM-THEN ALOT OF WATER WILL BOIL OUT--------IF THE THERMO IS GOOD -U WILL C WATER MOVEMENT(FLOW) AFTER THE ENGINE WARMS UP.

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