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Every liquid-cooled engine is forced to confront the problem of coolant expansion due to heat. Your GMC C2500 operates consistently at a temperature close to 200-degrees Fahrenheit, and in order to stop it from boiling the pressure must be around 15-20psi. That means your GMC C2500 coolant expansion tank should always contain a certain amount of liquid coolant. If you are constantly topping off your coolant, look for crusty residue somewhere on the coolant reservoir.
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