The coolant is not flowing, causing no heat. Look at the antifreeze coming out to see it there are bubbles in it. If there are bubbles then you have a blown head gasket. If not, then you have either a bad thermostat of bad water pump.
It is possible that the antifreeze is coming from a bad water pump. Clean the engine off. Watch it to see where the antifreeze is leaking from, as it could be a hose instead of the pump.
there is no water mixed with the oil but have antifreeze coming out of the exhaust
Most likely the heater core is leaking. Has to be replaced.
You probably have a leaking heater core.
The smoke is actually antifreeze mixed with air. The most common cause of this is a leaky heater core.
look for antifreeze coming out of the radiator as the engine warms up after a cold start.
Once your vehicle is warmed up, if you have antifreeze coming out of the overflow you have too much in your radiator.
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
car radiator is an open system...because hot water is coming in and rejecting heat..this means mass and energy r flowing in and out from the system..it is a control volume through which mass is flowing..
Sounds like a freeze plug corroded or blew out; at worst, it might be a cracked block.
if you have the heat on in any vehicle, and there is only cold air coming out of the vents (providing the engine coolant temp gauge shows that the engine is warm) then there is no antifreeze flowing through the heater core, this may be caused by a couple of things: first, there might be a leak in the heater core, but usually antifreeze will be leaking into the heater core housing and will be visible, or there might not be enough antifreeze in the vehicles's radiator, or the water pump might be damaged and not circulating coolant. hope this helps and good luck!
If antifreeze is filtering through your ac vents, other toxins could also be coming through. Don't take chances; see a mechanic.
Pretty much has to be a blown head gasket.
Replace the thermostat gasket.
Leaking heater core
It is possible, but not likely. You have to pull the head to fix the gasket anyway. Check it for cracks before you reassemble.
yes idiot the antifreeze is to keep the water from freezing
That is probably antifreeze steam. Your heater core is a small radiator used to heat your car. The engine heats the antifreeze and circulates it through the heater core. Your blower blows heat through the core (radiator) into the car, and warms you. If the core gets a small leak, it will put out steam.
Internal engine antifreeze leak what else could cause besides headgasket? there is no antifreeze in the oil it is clean
Your heater core has failed.
The nipple next to the heater core hoses is the drain tube for the a/c . The antifreeze is coming from the heater core , that is leaking .
Probably - your head gasket is blown. Antifreeze will be coming out of the tail (exhaust) pipe.
It is a heater hose.