88318ramchargerfillovertomaxdrivenowbottlereadsmin no leaks where does it.go

Asked by Jun 07, 2017 at 12:22 AM about the 1988 Dodge Ramcharger

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Engine could be eating it via blown headgasket, check the engine oil, if it's milky looking then bingo, for sure it is blown, if oil looks good then you can buy a block check kit from a parts store and run the test yourself, if the fluid changes color then again headgaskets.

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