I have a small coolant leak somewhere on the front area of the engine.
It seems to collect on the top of the front spring straight down from
the alternator. I have looked every where. I recently added a ported
polished throttle body and ran a coolant bypass. I noticed the leak
while trying to figure out why the car revs so high when I start it.
Any ideas? C5 2002
I have the same problem. The dealer claims there's no leak and it may be a
sensor causing the low coolant warnings but the warning light goes on every
couple of weeks. If I add a half to a full gallon of water, the warning goes
away for another couple of weeks. Should I try a leak stopper?
have some one do a chem test to check for exhaust gases in the cooling
system. 1\2 gallon every two weeks is way to much. my guess is it is
going out of the tail pipes. Greg
On Wed, 28 Dec 2005 13:58:13 GMT, "Steve Horrillo"
Steve, no the coolant should not look milky, this can be from
different reasons, air bubbles, or oil, both are not good signs.
as far as you trading you car and if this is a problem, that depends
on you more than anything else. you know there is a problem with the
car, it is up to you to disclose it or not.
On Wed, 28 Dec 2005 18:51:19 GMT, "Steve Horrillo"
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