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I had it pressurized and a compression test done, but i am with you, I will see if I can get it done today and let it sit. There is a lot of pressure in the system when I pop the cap in the morning, and its weird how much coolant comes back into the tank when I do. I am betting it's the water pump at this point, as I recall when all this started 5 months ago, and now that I know where the water pump actually is, that is where I was seeing a little puddle in the morning. It was leaking very little when all this started, a cup or so every few days, now it's every morning when I head to work and just before I leave to go home. The Saab mechanic that looked at it had the theory it was boiling out of the tank when it sat over night. Thanks for the help. Funny about the air intake, thanks for enlightening me.
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