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yes idiot the antifreeze is to keep the water from freezing

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If there is a small drip of antifreeze under the car behind the right front tire, this could be from the evaporation hose. Antifreeze may drip after the car has been run with the air conditioning on. If the air conditioning was not on just previous to noticing the antifreeze, it would be a good idea to check all of the hoses for leaks.

Probably - your head gasket is blown. Antifreeze will be coming out of the tail (exhaust) pipe.

I would say you have a bad water pump, thermostat or a bad hose depending on where the antifreeze is spraying from. If the antifreeze is coming from the timing cover area you have a bad pump, if it is coming from the front area of the motor I would say bad hose, if you are hearing a gurgling sound from the radiater I would say bad thermostat.

no, why would it have antifreeze?

It would depend on where the leak is coming from. Give us more info.

If it's coming from lower front I'd say water pump

any antifreeze should work but I would use a universal antifreeze equivelant to dexcool

if your asking about your air conditioning, it could be your refrigerant, but a smell that would more closely resemble vinegar would probably be your coolant

Leak. What kind of liquid should be coming out? Antifreeze? Oil? And would it make the overflow for the raditor liquid bubble?

According to the 1998 Ford Ranger Owner Guide : The 2.5 liter four cylinder engine ( with air conditioning ) has an engine coolant system capacity of 7.2 U.S. quarts So a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and preferably distilled water would take : ( 3.6 quarts of antifreeze ) * Ford shows not to exceed 60 % antifreeze

Steam may be coming out the air conditioning unit if the engine is overheating. The best thing to do would be to shut the vents before any hazardous fumes begin to come out.

The purpose of air conditioning is to make the air comfortable to live in, by controlling its temperature and humidity.To prevent the chance of a person dying from a heatstroke. Imagine on a day of 95 degrees you would not be likely to survive those harsh temperatures.

No , the antifreeze contains chemicals that would contaminate the cigars and the humidor .

one of two things , #1, low on antifreeze or #2 , heater core plugged up.

No, -but that could indicate you have a major electrical problem.

Fish that lived in cold water used an Antifreeze protein in their blood that prevent it from freezing. The antifreeze protein prevents that the blood that freezes stops the circulatory system and proteins and oxygen can no longer be in the cells and the fish would be death.

If it is coming from the radiator or the hoses this would mean your antifreeze is boiling in the lines. I would recommend first changing the thermostat and bleeding the air from the rad lines.

There are multiple reasons why the air conditioning in your Peugeot 206 SW might be leaking. It might be the normal condensation that occurs with all car air conditioning units, it may be a problem with the car's heater core, or your radiator might be loosing water. Your best bet to find out what is causing the problem is to take your car into a qualified repairman.

You would get BROWN antifreeze, which would be difficult to see rust colors in. The bright green of antifreeze is designed to warn people what it is, because it is harmful or fatal if swallowed.

Odds are you have blown a head gasket and the antifreeze and oil flow share the same gasket. As the gasket wears, the antifreeze mixes into the oil and vice versa! I suggest replacing your current antifreeze and do a full flush. Test it for a few days and test if you have oil again. A tell tell sign of a blown head gasket is black smoke (burning oil) or white smoke (burning antifreeze ) coming out the exhaust.

Most of the time it is caused by a hole in the heater core, do you smell a sweet smell? The sweet smell would be the antifreeze.

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