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Old 08-29-2021, 01:37 PM   #16
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you really just need to get it lifted in the air, remove the pans and the pressurize the system. That is the safest method to finding the leak. Otherwise have it towed to a shop and have them find it and fix it.

If you continue to drive the car you will end up causing more damage and then will be asking what it takes to remove & replace the engine.

With coolant leaks and major oil leaks you dont want to just keep running the car to find the issue, it will be worse for your wallet.

Yes, you could have a host that is failing when hot, but pressurizing the system will show hose issues also, without the engine getting hot & overheating....which WILL happen if you continue to drive it or run the engine.
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