Q: Q: Leak in radiator.

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I think my car has a radiator leak, but I am not sure.

I would ask for help from one of the mechanics at YourMechanic. They can come to you and perform a pressure test of your cooling system and determine if there is a leak in your radiator that needs to be fixed. If it is leaking they can replace the radiator for you.

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