Check under the input shaft of the water pump. If there is a colored streak, it's probably leaking there.
Leaking head gasket could allow coolant to pass out the exhaust. There would be a sweet smell at the tail pipe.
Had a problem like this once. Have the radiator pressure tested and look for leaks. Could be coming from the weep hole as stated above. Generally if antifreeze is in the exhaust the tail pipe will blow white smoke. My problem was a frost plug had a small rust crack in it allowing the coolant to escape and burn off the exhaust. Same problem as what you are experiencing. Drive the car get it hot and open the hood to see if you can smell the antifreeze. If you can there is a leak somewhere. A bad radiator cap will do this also.
It could be the radiator, the hoses, a leaking coolant tank or the water pump.
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.
Having to add collant & coolant leaking from the hose.
Check radiator hose, leaking water pump, look for hole in radiator, leaking coolant bottle or leaking seals.
If the hoses are all tight, Then the radiator must be leaking. REPLACE RADIATOR
is coolant leaking from engine?or is it leaking from water pump and running down engine and appears to leak from engine
You may have a bad radiator cap.
If you are only leaking coolant into the exhaust and use the type with copper in it, then yes, it should stop the leak. If coolant is getting into the oil or exhaust is getting into the radiator then no, none of them will do any good.
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.
It could be a number of things, a clogged radiator,bad thermostat,low coolant, hoses leaking coolant, radiator fan not working,or a leaking head gasket. Hope this helps you.
It is leaking coolant or the radiator cap is faulty.
Your radiator is probably leaking transmission fluid into your coolant. Trans cooler is built into the radiator. Replace the radiator.
If your 1998 Jeep Cherokee is leaking coolant, it might be a seal but it is more likely that it is a hose. This might also be a radiator leak, a loose hose clamp, or the freeze plugs in the radiator.
You need to explain more on where exactly the coolant is leaking. There are several possible reasons why your coolant is leaking. If it's from your main hoses that lead to and from the engine or radiator, you need to check the condition the hoses are in. If they're in a decent condition, it's not that. If it's leaking around where the hoses are connecting, it's probably not tight enough, or there is possibly a clog in your coolant line. Also get your radiator checked. If it's leaking into the passenger compartment, it's most likely the heater core.
A bad radiator is a radiator that is leaking or clogged. If you are loosing coolant then you have a leak that should be easy to find if the leak is at the radiator. If it is clogged your engine will overheat.
Things to check: 1. Low Radiator Coolant 2. Bad Radiator Cap (not holding pressure) 3. Leaking Radiator 4. Leaking Coolant Reservoir 5. Loose Belts (for Water Pump) 6. Inoperative Cooling Fan 7. Clogged Radiator (internal) 8. Blocked Radiator (external)
Several possibilities: 1. Radiator is leaking. 2. Coolant hose is leaking. 3. Hose clamp is loose. 3. Seal on water pump is leaking. 4. Overflow container is leaking. 5. Radiator clamp is loose or bad. Two highest possibilities: Radiator or hose is leaking.
you didnt but the pipes on right
It will be safe to drive short distance as long as the car does not over heat. You can top up the engine coolant or use water/coolant mixture till you fix the problem which could be leaking hose pipe. leaking radiator or faulty radiator cap
try taking out the thermostat and have you put to much oil and coolant in the radiator
either your radiator is leaking,head gaskit is leaking if it's your head gaskit leaking you will have water in your oil or water coming out your exhaust pipe,or you might have a freeze plug going bad.
Antifreeze is typically green, but the newer stuff is "gold". If you're getting red liquid leaking from the radiator it's probably the transmission coolant line.
If it is leaking trans fluid into the coolant it can cause overheating.
Is it leaking from the side by the coolant reservoir?
A bad or incorrect radiator cap.