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1973 Cadillac Coolant Leak

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So I've owned a 73' sedan Deville for about a year now, and I noticed last summer how it would overheat only after the engine shut off. I thought it wasn't  a huge issue (it was) and I just filled it up every month or so without issue. This summer when I brought the car out of storage, it began going through antifreeze far faster (about two gallons a week) through the same issue. Today, I drove the car about 25 miles without issue, and when I parked it the same thing as always happens. I decided to take it to work, only about two miles, and it began to steam up about half a mile from my destination. After my shift, I filled it up with antifreeze only to see it pouring from the bottom of the car in what I would describe as a rapid drip. Where this is coming from I'm not sure, but it's too far back to be the radiator. Does anyone have any ideas?

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On 5/31/2019 at 5:52 AM, the cadillac kid said:

So I've owned a 73' sedan Deville for about a year now, and I noticed last summer how it would overheat only after the engine shut off. I thought it wasn't  a huge issue (it was) and I just filled it up every month or so without issue. This summer when I brought the car out of storage, it began going through antifreeze far faster (about two gallons a week) through the same issue. Today, I drove the car about 25 miles without issue, and [url=https://www.credimed.com/] rachat crédit locataire [/url] when I parked it the same thing as always happens. I decided to take it to work, only about two miles, and it began to steam up about half a mile from my destination. After my shift, I filled it up with antifreeze only to see it pouring from the bottom of the car in what I would describe as a rapid drip. Where this is coming from I'm not sure, but it's too far back to be the radiator. Does anyone have any ideas?

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