No. As long as you don't go longer than 6 months on just water. You should check the water level in your recovery tank and radiator OFTEN. You should also change to a mix of water and anti-freeze as soon as possible. Water will freeze, damage engine components from expansion, and it can evaporate(leaving your engine eventually uncooled). Anti-freeze prevents the water from boiling into steam, which will ultimately empty your cooling system, and it prevents freezing. Water itself can also cause scale buildup on your engine, rust, calcium deposits, chlorine scales, etc.. mixing water with Anti-freeze also prevents those things from happening. It won't hurt to use just water, but anti-freeze should be your long term choice. And try to keep the ratio of anti-freeze and water to 50/50.
If you can't see where its coming from, it may be a cracked head, or a bas headgasket. Also, when you add water to the coolant tank, it doesn't immediately go into the radiator. After the car sits a while, the radiator starts to cool, creating a vacuum. Water/coolant is then pulled into the radiator from the coolant tank.
I hope you replaced the coolant with a 50/50 mix of coolant and water. Pure coolant will overheat and freeze quicker than a mix. You should have replaced the thermostat, and checked the water pump, and fans for proper operation. Also after draining and refill the cooling system, it must be bled properly, which I suspect is your problem. Trapped air in the system will cause the engine to overheat.Answeri had this problem you've got to wait for the water to circulate. just open the cap and pour more water in (i put 2L of water in)
well it depends where you live. The most efficient coolant is plain old water, and if you live in an area that rarely freezes for more than a day or two at a time then that's all you should put in - just water. If you live in an area where freezing could be a problem then put in a mixture of 2 parts water, one part antifreeze/coolant. Any kind will do, they are all the same. All "coolant" is is water with a little antifreeze in it.
If there's no leak, an overheat is caused by a problem with coolant level, coolant circulation, or heat transfer. Fill the coolant level. If the problem recurs within a month, it was something other than low level. Circulation problems are caused by clogged radiators, bad water pumps, non-functioning thermostats.
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