Your Heater Core Sounds Like. heater core Another answer== Water from condensation when using the AC, or coolant from the engine cooling system. Test to tell: if it smells like antifreeze, the heater core is leaking. No smell or just smells wet, it it condensate and a drain line is plugged or blocked causing the water to back up into the passenger compartment.
The heater coil is leaking. Water from the cooling system runs through the heater coil to heat the passenger compartment. Antifreeze is corrosive, some heater coils are thin.
Its probably the antifreeze in your cooling system. There is a good chance the heater core is leaking. Check the front passenger side floor to see if it is wet.
This is coolant. You have a leak in your cooling system or you water pump has failed and is leaking.
it has a bad head gaskit
leaking head gasket or improper fluid in cooling system
more time then not a leaking head gasket or a sleeve
A 1991 Subaru Impreza might overheat because of a leaking cooling system or because of a damaged thermostat. You might also have a damaged or leaking radiator or a cooling fan that is not working.
Heater core is leaking. The only fix is to replace it with a new one. This is a good time for a complete cooling system flush and refill with a 50/50 mix of anti-freeze and distilled water. Also replace the thermostat at this time and check the condition of all hoses and replace as necessary. A leaking heater core is usually cause by neglecting to service the cooling system.Heater core is leaking. The only fix is to replace it with a new one. This is a good time for a complete cooling system flush and refill with a 50/50 mix of anti-freeze and distilled water. Also replace the thermostat at this time and check the condition of all hoses and replace as necessary. A leaking heater core is usually cause by neglecting to service the cooling system.
Usually if it's not serious, check the cooling system hoses.
Orange liquid leaking from any vehicle is usually a sign of a leaking cooling system. If the location is in the front then it is likely an issue with the radiator.
If it is red or brown it is the transmission cooler (in the radiator) leaking. If it is milky white, internal engine oil leaking in to the cooling system, head gaskets.
Is it possible that tranmission fluid is leaking into your cooling system. Call your dealer and talk to the service manager. Keep and eye on the tranny fluid level until you get an answer.
You could have the start of a head gasket that is leaking. I suggest that you have a shop to add leak detector to the cooling system and check it with a black light.
Your transmission cooling tank is leaking into the radiator.Any oil in the cooling system will dramaticlly lower the cooling capabilities of your radiator.Replace rad. and flush coolig sys with cleaner.
These two cooling system conditions are more than likely related. The cooling system is closed and not supposed to leak. Sources of leaks include hoses, clamps, radiator and or the heater core.
Water is leaking on passenger side floor board when heat is on
Sounds like a real bad idea. A leaking freeze plug is usually a sign of a very neglected cooling system. You need to replace the leaking plug with a new one. Unfortunately there is probably corrosion throughout the whole cooling system. You will probably have other leaks soon.
Hi, Head gasket is leaking, allowing oil to enter cooling system. Peace, crigby
Freeon is leaking, or the condenser isn't cooling, so the system shuts down.
Somewhere within the cooling system, most likely. The head gasket is another possibility.
Wrong PSI radiator cap or defective radiator cap installed. NEW ANSWER: The above answer is true ( COULD BE ) But I would bet you have a BLOWN / LEAKING head gasket that is building pressure in the water / cooling system.
Not enough info. WHICH fan? Engine cooling fan? A/C cooling system fan? Circulating fan in passenger compartment?
That is most likely antifreeze. Have the cooling system checked for a leak.
It could be caused by a defective pressure cap on the radiator cooling system.
Because it's leaking somewhere. Other than lines in the cooling system, head and intake manifold gaskets are a possibility.