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leaking intake gasket. gm is notorious for them



If it is motor oil in the anti freeze, then it is either a cracked head, cracked engine block, or a head gasket blown. If it is transmission fluid in your antifreeze, then the radiator is leaking from the transmission cooler ----- although usually that would cause antifreeze to be in your transmission fluid.


Intake manifold gaskets are leaking, intake manifold is warped.



Gas pouring out of the throttle body would probably be caused by a leaking injector seal.


If the antifreeze is leaking out the exhust system, I.E. you are experiancing white smoke, you either have a leaking head gasket or a warped head. I can't see any other areas where there would be antifreeze at the rear end of any explorer model.


It would be a good thing to see where it is leaking from....


There are numerous possibilities. You really need to have the cooling system pressurized to determine what is leaking.


No. they're dissolved in each other and are quite hard to seperate.


intake manifold gasket is leaking. They are famous for it around 80000 miles


check where it's leaking. You could have blown a hose which is most likely unless sumeone took out the drain plug. Just look for where it is leaking and that will give you your answer


The heater core or hoses to it are leaking inside your car


If you drive through a water puddle, water can get on the belts-antifreeze leaking, oil leaking, maybe a bad alternator /idler bearing, and sometimes a glazed/worn out belt.


smoke coming from a/c vent indicates that the heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced.this smoke is hot antifreeze, it will not cause a fire but it does stink and will eventually cause car to overheat


If it comes from the side of the motor and not from another source such a a leaing hose, then it is almost deffinatly a leaking head gasket. not a cheap or easy fix.


Only reason would be that the heater core is leaking.



heater core possibly plugged and leaking


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.



I would check the hoses leading into your radiator, and also the overflow for antifreeze. If that is not the problem, it could be your heater core. Your heater core might be leaking, you might have a hose leaking


Sounds like heater core is leaking and what you are seeing is antifreeze



There are several reason why a car might lose antifreeze. The water pump might be bad, one of the radiator hoses could be leaking, the radiator could have a leak, a freeze plug could be leaking, or it could have a blown head gasket.



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