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post #18 of (permalink) Old 09-01-2006
Stoenr
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I doubt theres a problem, just figured when changing those hoses you had to lose some.

When I changed the hose from the overflow to radiator I lost a bit.
Only because I removed the old hose, went back into shop to measure origional against the replacement I got sidetracked, came out to car and had a big puddle under the car, ooops! No biggie, we stock every antifreeze thats out there, topped er off with valvoline/zerex GO5.



Edit, I see you didnt change any hoses. Not sure. most cars just dont lose antifreeze for no reason. Maybe yours wasnt as full from factory as Ive seen others

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