Q: Water pouring out of car

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Water is pouring out of my car. It's not the radiator.

Hi there. There are many components that make up your cooling system. A water pump, thermostat housing, and hoses are all common places a vehicle will leak besides the radiator. A loss of excess coolant can cause your engine to overheat which would lead to much bigger problems. I’d suggest having a certified mechanic diagnose this issue further in person to pinpoint the leaky area.

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