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Q: Cars leaking antifreeze

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My cars leaking antifreeze

My car has 95566 miles.

A: Hi there: In most cases a coolant leak is ...

Hi there:

In most cases a coolant leak is caused by a coolant hose that is damaged, a radiator seal that has broken or another component of the cooling system that is damaged. The best way to diagnose this issue is to have a professional mechanic complete a coolant is leaking inspection as soon as possible. Leaking coolant can also indicate a potential overheating situation.

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