If your talking about coolant leaking on the passenger floor then it means your heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced.
your heater core is leaking. Needs to be replaced
Your heater core is leaking. It needs repaired or replaced.
it's leaking coolant. Needs to be replaced.
You may not have enough coolant. If you've recently drained and replaced your coolant, replaced all the coolant after replacing a leaking line, etc., you may have an air pocket in the system, which will need to be 'burped' out.
My 97 Tahoe was leaking coolant and I couldn't find anything on the driveway or anywhere else. I took it to my mechanic and it was a rear manifold gasket leak, cost me about 500 dollars.
What other symptoms besides leaking antifreeze? Where do you see the anti-freeze leaking?
You just have to see where it is leaking. There are numberous gaskets and hoses it can be coming from. Have it preasurized and it will be easier to find.
Means that your heater core is leaking coolant. Has to be replaced.
Coolant leaking from the heater core.
your heater core is leaking. this is located most the time under the dash. you will have to have it replaced
I would have to guess that your radiator has a hole in it. Look andd see if your transmission lines go to a tank on the radiator. If this is the case then the radiator will have to be replaced. You transmission line is leaking oil into the coolant. Is there also coolant in the transmission? This is the only way that I can see this happening. Now if you were just having coolant in the transmission then I would say that there was a head gasket issue. well I hope this helps you.
is coolant leaking from engine?or is it leaking from water pump and running down engine and appears to leak from engine
I would suspect the manifold itself is leaking around the cooling passages. It will need to be removed and the gasket replaced.
You need to have a cooling system pressure test to determine as to where it is leaking now. Repair the leak and it should be okay.
Check the radiator hoses. The coolant is either leaking out of the new radiator, or it is coming from a radiator hose. The water pump may be leaking. Hose clamps may be loose.
They fixed the replaced the raditor and it still leaks in front of the vehicle.
A leak in a coolant system can usually be fixed by replacing a hose. If the leak is at the end of the hose, a new clamp might be necessary. If the radiator is leaking, the radiator might need to be replaced.
It could be a head gasket that needs replaced or a freeze plug needs replaced depending where the leak is coming from. It could also be a radiator hose.
The thermostat might need to be replaced. or the coolant level mite be low. it is a sign that it is. and also the type of coolant used if not flushed and replaced tends to clog the heater core. try flushing it out. lastly you have a bad intake gasket and leaking coolant out. 4.3's are notorious for this.
probably the coolant level sensor... Does the temprature gauge go up to hot then down to normal?
If coolant is leaking from a car it means that your radiator has a hole in it. If this is not fixed the car will over heat.
It could be a bad water pump if it's leaking out the weep hole at the bottom of the water pump.
coolant leaking from around the valve cover can mean two diffrent things. ether the intake gaskets need to be changed or the head has a crake in the water jacket and need to be replaced. this also would involve removal of the intake and the heads. make sure the coolant it leaking around the intake before you go that far it might simply be the quick disconect were on of the heater hoses gos in to the intake on the right side of the motor coolant leaking from around the valve cover can mean two diffrent things. ether the intake gaskets need to be changed or the head has a crake in the water jacket and need to be replaced. this also would involve removal of the intake and the heads. make sure the coolant it leaking around the intake before you go that far it might simply be the quick disconect were on of the heater hoses gos in to the intake on the right side of the motor
Assuming you have replaced the water pump and you still have a coolant leak up front, I would suspect the lower intake manifold gaskets are the source of the leak. This is not uncommon, the replacement gaskets are of different design to prevent that from happening again.