Heater coil hose might be spraying on block when you are running? you need a pressure tester. you can rent one from most parts stores. So you can pressurize the system cold. check the freeze plugs too.
It is possible for coolant to leak out between the motor and transmission, if a freeze plug has been leaking. I had this problem on an old International Travelall I had. The motor will need to be pulled.
coolant leak between motor and transmission indicates you have a leaky freeze plug in the rear of the engine block
You have a coolant leak.You have a coolant leak.
Mostly untight hose clamps or a hairline crack on the radiator drives side. Coolant will also leak from a faulty water pump
check your coolant level. most times its from a coolant leak in the system.pressurize the cooling system to find the leak.
It leaks from the failed part.
It is possible if the leak is a "internal leak" - where the coolant is leaking inside the motor and mixing with the oil it will ruin the motor. This will eventually cause bearing failure. If it is an external leak - as long as you keep the coolant full and watch your temp gauge, you can get by for a while. Keep in mind - the leak will only get worse as time goes on.
Yes. Do you have a coolant leak?
Coolant leak? Check your heater core.
It's an engine, not a motor, and a number of things. If it's a leak which allows coolant into the engine, it could get into the combustion chamber. This could eventually cause detonation, which could scar and damage the pistons. The vehicle could overheat, as well.
fan or thermostat not working
a crack or a hole in the tank. or hose for that matter
The coolant will normally leak into the oil or into the cylinder
Because some opening formed which is allowing coolant to leak out.
sounds like either the thermostat housing or hose connection.
Because there is a fracture or loose connection
I wouldn't even use it once, get the problem fixed.
If you have coolant on the top of the engine it could be a leaky thermostat housing or a leaking intake gasket.
Stuck closed thermostat, cooling fans inoperable, low on coolant (leak) restricted air flow threw radiator (plugged with debris)
Yes, the water pump can leak if you do a coolant flush.
Any coolant leak can cause an overheat.Any coolant leak can cause an overheat.
probably the coolant tube under the manifold. it is only available from the dealer
If you do not visibly see a coolant leak, have the cooling system pressure tested. If the leak is not obvious it could be internal.
Pressure test the system to determine where leak is originating