Inspect the roof of your car and to find the source of the leak. Ask a friend to stay inside the car while you spray water over the roof. Your friend should be able to identify where the water is coming in.Check common problem areas, such as the seal around the windshield or sunroof and the drain tubes
because of condensation
Could be a head gasket problem.
The heater core or hoses to it are leaking inside your car
you have a leak in your heater core which is attached to your radiator and heats the air inside your car interior
There is a conditioning system drain hose. Eventually it starts to leak inside of the car. Fix the hose.
If your car smells of petrol inside, and you have not been using a petrol-like solvent to clean something inside the car, you probably have a fuel leak and should have the car checked by someone able to detect and fix a leak.
if you have a gas leak.
I am assuming you have a leak inside your car. If that is the case you probably have a heater core leaking. If that is not the problem please ask again with more specifics and I'll try to pick up for you.
make be there is a gas leak
usually due to Engine Oil problem. or even the radiator has problem like no water inside or it is broken
You have to replace it. They are designed to leak when they are going bad.
Because there is a hole in it.
happened to me .when car was stationery no leak ,but when driving the water pump opens and you lose water .so you dont see the problem unless the car is moving.had to replace thermostat housing.
Yes, if there is internal leak.
Water is a by product of the combustion and is normal.
no,their must be a leak inside your radiator where the trans lines are screwed in. The water in the radiator is to help keep trans fluid that passes thru radiator cool. should have no water coming out of trans lines.
Yes, the oil may be leaking on a hot surface and burning. You could smell this inside the car.
I have the same problem with a water leak coming into the passenger compartment through the firewall. I sealed everything in sight and still get water. I finally started putting a towel under the plastic covering near where the top of the carpet meets the firewall and change it whenever I wash it. As far as I'm concerned it's a design defect but GM won't fix it.
I have water leaking into a 1997 Buick LeSabre problem. I cannot find where it comes into the car. It pools in the rear passenger seat driver's side floor. It can happen even while the car is parked.
air conditioner condensation drips
Do you have an exhaust leak? Do you happen to have have an exhaust leak or a damaged water pump bearing?
This is usually a head gasket problem, meaning the engine will eventually fail without testing and/or repair.