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Old 05-04-2015, 05:35 PM
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Lost coolant at car wash

8:30 pm. Returned to car which is now at the exit of the car wash with two gallons of 50/50 BMW antifreeze and dumped one in and it didn't raise the level at all. I pulled the airfilter cowling assembly in front and the front of the engine looks dry. That is, I don't see any fluid leaking from new water pump, thermostat, temp sensors, or new hoses (changed about two months ago). There is a ton of antifreeze in the plastic pan at the bottom but where it's coming from I have no idea. When I pour antifreeze in the overflow tank with the front air intake cowling removed, I don't see the pool stirring that much and I can't see it coming out from anywhere. Where is it going?
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