I can tell you with a fair amount of confidence that it is your water pump leaking. I am having the same thing happen on my 1997 Chevy z71. I have changed many water pumps for the same reason. If you are mechanically inclined I would go purchase a chilton manual at the local auto parts store where and when you get the pump. Be ready for a full day job and also buy antifreeze and gasket sealant.
If the hose is leaking, replace it.
Failed seal. Replace it.
your slave cylinder is leaking,need to replace.
The housing gasket may be bad. Replace the gasket.
Your heater core is leaking, Need to REPLACE HEATER CORE.
remove the two nuts holding the master cylinder on the power brake booster
antifreeze smell inside car means that there is antifreeze leak somewhere. first check for wet spots under car when parked after running.if anti freeze is leaking from engine it will pool on the ground next check to see if heater core is leaking. that is usually the problem. if heater core is leaking, replace it
The fluid is leaking from the master cylinder and running back towad the pedal. Replace the master cylinderanswerchange master cylinder and slave properly then bleed the system properly.
your heater core is leaking i would replace it.
Yes, replace it.
you probably have a leaking heater core....you can replace it or bypass it
Sounds like heater core is leaking, replace heater core or bypass
Find the leak and replace the hose/part that's leaking. It's a good time to flush your coolant system, too.
first check your clutch slave cylinder for leaks, if its leaking ,replace and bleed system,if its not leaking,bleed system ,dont forget to bleed clutch damperand if its still not right, then replace clutch master cylinder.
white air that smells like antifreeze coming out of heater, indicates that you need to replace the heater core in your vehicle.it is leaking
You have a blown / leaking wheel cylinder. Replace wheel cylinder.
Not an easy job requiring special pullers and tools. I suggest taking it to a garage.
You likely need to replace your radiator cap - the rubber seal in the cap is worn.
Antifreeze on the electrode end of the plug may mean a blown head gasket. Antifreeze on the upper portion of the plug that fills the plug well may be caused by a leaking heater hose. There are not enough details here to be more specific. It seems like you have a leaking dome.Need to replace a new one
then you should have your radiator flushed because you have rust in it. FYI: antifreeze can strip the paint off of your it you spill it. Also, you may need to replace your radiator if the antifreeze is leaking, it may be through a rusted/corroded portion of the radiator.
Seals are probably shot. Replace the pump/reservoir assembly.
Trace it or replace it
Its hydraulic ,you cant,check your slave cylinder to see if its leaking,its located thru a rubber cover on side of transmission,if leaking replace and bleed,also check clutch master cylinder,if not leaking,then you might need a new clutch kit.
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.