Q: Q: Radiator leak

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The radiator leaks.

Hello there! To verify if the radiator is in fact leaking, I would recommend that a well-trained technician performs a pressure test on the cooling system. Pressure testing the system will expose any coolant leaks in the system and make the repairs needed to have this issue resolved.

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