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PostPosted: Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:24 pm 
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If you are still losing coolant with no visible leak, you could have a head gasket leak with the coolant going into the cylinders and being vaporized. When the engine is cold you would be getting some white exhaust smoke if that was the case.

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nope, no weird exhaust smoke

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doesn't look like the level has gone down any since I added

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double checked the level today while the engine was truly cold, sat yesterday and today, was a hair low, added to fill line. drove to my mom's house to help her with her car.

got there and two seconds later, huge puddle under the jeep.

there is a pinhole in the radiator about 3/16ths inch below the very top on the drivers side, just peein' away.

i figure my coolant was Just low enough that it wasn't quite at that level where it could reach the hole.

so, I get me some radiator patching epoxy putty, and will seal the hole tomorrow...

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Cracked radiator... All KJ's are destined to suffer this fate.

Good time to change hoses / thermostat and waterpump.

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so, I get me some radiator patching epoxy putty, and will seal the hole tomorrow...
That stuff just doesn't work for very long,tried it before.Time for a new radiator.


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i have $1 in my bank account, so unless someone is giving me one, it ain't gonna happen.

and besides, I patched the radiator on my explorer, and it held for 30,000+ miles.

it isn't a crack, it is a pinhole, it's even round :lol:

looks like a tiny gun shot a hole in it.

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