Wow! That last answer of duct tape and bubble gum was not funny and still not a proper answer. 1st, like on any car, you need to find out where it is leaking. Leaking hoses? You need to change the hose. What ever you do don't duct tape it. The only time you should use duct tape is if you are on the road and need an emergency fix, then by all means tape away. Same thing with radiator and some other components. If the leak is towards the back of the engine compartment (towards the back of the car) or more likely in the passenger side of the car, it is your heater core. Easy diagnosis, hard replacement. You'd need to disassemble the dash to get to it. Quick fix for heater core but could cause high temps and slight possibility of overheating is to bypass the heater core. Another possibility is the leak is from the engine, this is not good, could be many problems, water pump, gaskets, head gasket. If you find the leak, describe what you see (hose, connection) and you'll get a better idea of what you need to do. Hint, clean out the engine compartment 1st.
Buy a car that isn't a Saturn
How to fix this depends on where specifically it is leaking from.
you plunem is leaking and is not chep to fix
The reason the coolant light is on in a Saturn vehicle likely indicates a low level of coolant. Filling the receptacle should fix the issue.
If only adding coolant to a leaking system it is safe because soon you will be forced to drain the coolant and fix a problem
I have this same problem. A broken shifter box. I will repost a fix as soon asap.
probably just replace the coolant sensor
Replace the reservoir with a new or used one.
Look for a leaking hose, water pump, or raditor find the leak and fix it.
Is it leaking from the side by the coolant reservoir?
Is it not hot? Not blowing? Leaking coolant? Need more info to help you.
a low brake pedal indicates worn brake pads and shoes.have then replaced
replace motor Another reason may be that hose on your motor near the top about 2 inches long. i have a 96 sl1 that was burning oil and i replaced that and it quit burning oil.
Just because there is a leak doesn't mean it will overheat instantly, but if you do not keep adding coolant or fix the leak you will have engine problem
buy a subframe from the junkyard and find someone to replace it for you. odds are you aren't equipped to fix it yourself. you will probably need a control arm too.
More than likely your heater core is leaking. The only fix is to replace it.
There is a heater hose that goes to the left rear top side of the intake manifold and that fitting leaks engine coolant sometimes and it will run down the back of the intake around the distributor. If that fitting is not leaking then the intake manifold gasket is leaking coolant in the corners of it. REplace the intake gasket. That's all that can leak coolant on that year engine. If coolant is leaking out between the transmission and engine block then you have a freeze plug leaking in the back of the engine, between the transmission and block. Must remove the transmission and flywheel to fix it.
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
Your heater core is leaking. This is the part of your car that creates heat for the passenger compartment of your car. There is no fix for a leaking heater core except to replace it.
How To Find & Fix Coolant Leaks http://www.aa1car.com/library/coolant_leaks.htm
Replace it, should only coast a few bucks at auto parts store.
Hey Sheila==Call a couple of local garages as it varies as to where you live. GoodluckJoe I had mine replaced for 800
Depends where it's leaking, but basically you fix it the same way you fix any coolant leak. <><><><><> Generally, its a hose that is leaking. You find the leaking hose, and you replace it, being sure to properly treat the ends with anti-leak compound. If its the radiator, you need to replace that. If its the intake manifold or head, you are getting into big bucks to replace the gasket involved.
You need to pressure check the coolant system to determine just what is leaking first and the address that problem..........
if car is leaking fluid , it has a leak a leak and steaming indicates it is engine coolant and the engine is over heating find the leak and fix it before your trash your engine