Q: I'm losing antifreeze somewhere

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I have had brand new head gaskets professionally installed along with intake gaskets valve cover gaskets and so forth.. I am losing antifreeze somehow.. I have had rad and cap checked and they're both good where could it be going

My car has 109000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

You would need to have the cooling system checked to see if a head gasket is leaking internally, or there is an external leak that is causing the coolant loss.

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