Q: Head gasket leak

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The head gasket is leaking.

Hello. Leaks, especially from the head gasket, are problematic because they can lead to overheating and engine damage. This is something that you will want to take care of sooner or later. I would recommend having a technician locate the leak and make the repairs necessary to resolve this issue.

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