If you overfill the reservoir and radiator with antifreeze, it will generally expand as it gets hot and spill out of the reservoir. When it does that, it will usually spill onto the hot engine and create "smoke".
I don't think you can actually overfill a car with antifreeze. There is an overflow chamber that prevents this. Perhaps this overflow can be overfilled but in that case the worst thing that can happen is the little plastic cover pops off and you get some excess antifreeze on the ground. It might also depend on the car. when car gets hot it will push coolant to reservoir (expansion) and when cold, into radiator. this is the function of the rad. cap....if u overfill reservoir it will only leak out of fill cap to the grd
Sounds like a leak.
The excess will be pushed out.
Yes, as long as you are certain that it is the coolant reservoir.
The engine coolant reservoir ( which has a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water from the factory ) is located in the engine compartment on the passenger side
In the reservoir.
To put in more antifreeze in a 1995 Plymouth Voyager, located the reservoir near the radiator. Antifreeze is no longer added directly to the radiator. It is put into the plastic reservoir that is labeled radiator or coolant overflow.
In the coolant reservoir when the engine is cool.
Yes , usually a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and preferably distilled water is used
The only place available is the coolant reservoir.