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What causes thermostat housing to leak?

If a vehicle is overheating, a bad thermostat could be the problem, and a damaged thermostat housing is more likely to cause a leak, either from a cracked or warped housing or a failed seal to the engine. Metal or plastic can be used for the thermostat housing.

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