> If you had this problem before, then maybe you do have it
> again. You
> could take it back to where you were and go back in time to
> where you
> didn't have this problem. Then the water wouldn't be going :?:
> Or it could be a different problem. You could have a leaky
> heater core
> if you smell burned water. Maybe your windshield is also
> fogging up
> from the glycol. Perhaps the carpet is wet from the leak also.
> smoke out the exhaust would suggest a leaking headgasket.
> I don't blame you for being sick of paying out money every
> months. I got a headache just from reading about it.
Thanks for the feedback, had it to a backyard mechanic today and it is
another headgasket, found the leak coming from the head with water
everywhere causing the burning smell as the water hits the hot pipes,
thankyou so much for taking the time to reply to my help signal. This
will cost me another few hundred dollars, I am tempted just to date a
man so he can fix my car. lol :lol:
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