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Date:         Thu, 8 Dec 2016 19:54:00 -0800
Reply-To:     Don Hanson <dhanson928@GMAIL.COM>
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From:         Don Hanson <dhanson928@GMAIL.COM>
Subject:      Re: Coolant light 2.1L WBX
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Out the exhaust? Under the back seat?

On Dec 8, 2016 7:49 PM, "John Rodgers" <> wrote:

> Driving down the road, all needles where they should be, red coolant light > comes on. Stop the car, check the fill/overflow tank. It's up to the top > mark. Next , empty the baggage area, raise the engine hatch lid. Removed > the expansion tank top, found coolant to be below the sensing prongs on the > sensor, thus the flashing red light. Topped off the tank to get home. No > more red light. It was dark, so must wait to tomorrow when it cools off to > see where the coolant went. But I could see there were no coolant leaks. > So the question is - where did the coolant go. > > Ideas?? > > John >

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