You replace the radiator
You need to fix these leaks or replace the radiator email@example.com
If the hoses are all tight, Then the radiator must be leaking. REPLACE RADIATOR
The coolant leaks out.
Over-obvious answer? Your radiator, or one of your radiator hoses, leaks - badly.
Same color as what?
Probably a radiator leak or a split radiator hose.Check coolant levels in the radiator.
repair the leak
check radiator for leaks
Find where it is running out and repair the cause.
check your water pump
Some have an internal transmission cooler & extra small internal radiator for that purpose.
Probably the thermostat is sticking.
Usually you get oil in your radiator when you blow a head gasket and oil leaks into your radiator. Blown intake gasket is also possible, as well as a hole in the engine's water jacket (very uncommon). Also, if the vehicle's transmission cooler coil is internal to the radiator, a leak from it may be possible (most tranny coolers are external for this reason).
CFC leaks into the ozone. This leak causes UV to enter.
Causes of over heating: insufficient coolant; antifreeze/water mixture not correct; thermostat stuck in closed position; faulty water pump; clogged/dirty radiator; leaks in the system.
Mostly caused by the engine over heating, however the signs are similar to a bad gasket and water dries up in the radiator without any visible leaks.
No. The only times the radiator would leak is if it was damaged, defective, or corroded.
When considerig a radiator it is a good idea to go with the manufacturers brand. Aftermarket products are prone to leaks and failure.
If you can't find any leaks and you have it flow tested, you will know.
Fill Radiator. Start Vehicle Check For Leaks, Find Area Of Leak If Any. Resumbit With More Information. Or Have Radiator Shop Do A Pressure Test On The System .
The radiator may be plugged. Take it to a radiator shop.
The radiator will leak, Its function is to hold water in a way as to cool it for the engine. So if it leaks, its busted.
Blown Head Gasket