Your car shouldn't "burn" antifreeze. If it actually is "burning" antifreeze then chances are you have a blown/leaking head gasket or possibly a cracked engine block which allows antifreeze to enter the combustion chambers. If your antifreeze is just disappearing then it is probably leaking out from somewhere. Possible leak areas to check out would be the radiator hoses, heater hoses, radiator, water pump, and the heater core. Most of the time if the heater core is leaking you'll be able to smell the antifreeze inside the car while the engine is running and the heater is on.
Antifreeze in the oil of any engine means there is a crack in the head gasket, or worse, in the block.
Because there is antifreeze int he system and it takes a while to burn through. Also replace the bottom hose too. <> If it smokes from under the hood, It has antifreeze on the engine exterior, You can wash it off. Or just drive it and it will burn off. If it smokes from the exhaust, There is engine damage.
HEadgasket failure, internal oil cooler leak.
when your engine is hot it causes the water to boil and the water and the anti freeze will come out of the overflow pipe.
The typical causes are worn piston rings or valve guides.
just not so hot that you burn yourself. checking before you drive is O.K.
A head gasket is leaking or the Head is cracked.
if there is engine oil in the antifreeze generally indicates a cracked head on the engine
too much fuel, excessive oil consumption
One thing could be an over used belt or a leak of antifreeze
No, but it breaks down over time.
Engine blocks can crack from many different reasons. Improper antifreeze ratio during freezing temperatures, internal engine component malfunctions (such as throwing a rod), etc.