It might be a freeze plug open on the motor (a safety feature). Once the level gets low enough, it will stop leaking.
ANS 2 - More likely is that it's leaking while the engine is running and hot. Check at the base of waterpump. Also any hoses to heater,etc. If you don't see any leaks and it still leaks it may be the head gasket. ( Let's hope not.)
An antifreeze leak.An antifreeze leak.
No. they're dissolved in each other and are quite hard to seperate.
It depends on how bad the leak is .If its a really bad leak to the point where the car is starting to overheat then no
The leak would vary on the size of the hole or seal failure.
If not tight enough to seal it will leak.
There may be a hole in the radiator?
maybe your head gasket
cap is off
You would have a leak, from either the pipes to the heater matrix (radiator), or the matrix itself.
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most likely a blown head gasket.
hater core is bad
It would depend on where the leak is coming from. Give us more info.
you got an antifreeze leak
Sounds like a leak.
cracked head or bad gasket
Antifreeze is the same as any other liquid. It runs down hill and on an engine will fan out in a V pattern. Follow the wet spot or drips upward, when the V pattern comes to a point you are at or directly below the leak.
Broken hose? Leak at radiator? Leak at water pump? Defective thermostat? Pressure test system to try to determine source of leak
It probably has a leak, possibly from the heater core.
You could have a bad water pump gasket.
The heater core or hoses to it are leaking inside your car
depends where the leak is, and how bad it is.