You will see coolant leaking around the water pump, your car will overheat.
Running it while leaking can cause it to overheat repeatedly, which can cause thermostat damage , along with other problems.
If by water you mean engine coolant, yes. Loss of coolant, antifreeze, is a major cause of overheating.
There is likely a crack in the engine block.
No, but faulty water pump or thermostat can.
It could be water/coolant leaking from the water pump. It will only leak under pressure and can easily cause the engine to overheat. The water pump should be replaced during the 60K service.
Yes water cause leaking
cracked head, or leaking head gasket, or cracked block
No it is not. It could be a problem with the radiator, a radiator hose or a water pump. In any situation, it could cause the motor to overheat and damage it severely.
A lack of water in your cooling system will cause your 2002 Pontiac Sunfire to overheat. A malfunctioning thermostat can also cause it to overheat.
I have a 1997 Toyota Camry. It is leaking anti-frezze. I need to replace the water pump. Do I have to remove and replace timing belts too?
As long as you keep water in it you are fine, but if the leak gets worse and you don't realize it, you could overheat you engine and destroy it. Keep a close eye on the gauge.
Air conditioners create a lot of moisture condesation when they are running, but it is just water. If you see any antifreeze that could be a leaking radiator or water pump (this could also cause your car to run hot and strand you beside the road). Hope this helps.
A bad water pump or thermostat can cause an engine to overheat. A plugged (clogged) radiator or heater core may also cause an engine to overheat.
No low oil will not cause your car to overheat. But there is a couple other things that can cause your car to over heat, like a bad thermostate that's located in the block of the engine or can be the water pump not cycling the water into the engine. Hope this helps
its usually got something to do with radiator, might need some new fluid
A bad thermostat, or in rare cases, a bad water pump.
Defective water pump.
Air bubbles remaining in the system
There are several things that can cause your cooling system to overheat. The next thing you should check is the thermostat. A blown head gasket can also cause the system to overheat.
Cooling system airbound? Temperature control not working? Low coolant? Water pump not circulating coolant?
The green liquid is antifreeze. Check your motor for water leaks. This can have a bad affect if left unattended. You can overheat your motor and do damage.
maybe your radiator is broken and you need to get a new one or just get a reparation if the radiator starts leaking when is in use it may be leaking because of the pressure of the water.
Not the day you change over to water, in fact it should cool slightly better.BUTNot having the corrosion protection included in Antifreeze will cause the system to be damaged and overheat very soon.
No an overheating engine will be due to leaking coolant, a faulty radiator, a faulty water pump, lack of oil or oil that needs to be changed