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Low Anti Freeze Problem with my 2002 Kia Spectra

\015 I had to "Add" Fluid to my Radiator on my 2002 Kia Spectra. I did NOT Get a "Warning Light/Check Engine Light" about the Low Radiator Fluid Levels! The ONLY Way I found out about it was with my : Engine Temp Gage on Dash Board, It was Working OK (1/2 Mark-Safe Zone) then it went to the 3/4 Mark!\012\012After a WHILE Cooling(Sitting) I had to ADD 1 Gallon of Coolant to the Radiator and Reserve Bottle!\012\012The Car Run's in the 1/2 mark in Temps now.. I wanna Know do I Have to "REPLACE" my Water PUMP or Radiator to solve this Problem!\012\012After Sitting Over Night/A While Temp Gage goes from 0 to 1/2 in a 1/2 mile distance. \012\012Car has 79K on the Odemeter!\012Like to get this "SOLVED"!\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-06-2019

Answers :

I'd hate to say mab bad head gasket but without looking at it its hard to say. Have s9mone u can trust look at it and hopefully not the problem. Have u notices any leakage?
You know now you have to check the fluids from time to time, at least once a week.
Where the leak is will determine what has to be done to fix it.
Could be several things, including a leaking head gasket.
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