have system pressure tested to observe leak
Antifreeze is green in color and is leaking from your radiator .
It could be caused by a defective pressure cap on the radiator cooling system.
Leaking radiator? Leaking or loose radiator hose?
I had a similar problem and ended up replacing both the lines and the radiator.
These two cooling system conditions are more than likely related. The cooling system is closed and not supposed to leak. Sources of leaks include hoses, clamps, radiator and or the heater core.
The transmission cooler (possibly part of the radiator) has failed.
then you should have your radiator flushed because you have rust in it. FYI: antifreeze can strip the paint off of your it you spill it. Also, you may need to replace your radiator if the antifreeze is leaking, it may be through a rusted/corroded portion of the radiator.
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if it is leaking from the radiator you can crack an egg and put it in the radiator and it will solve your problem
The only way to find out is to have a look it could be anything.
check your radiator hoses and change gaskets
There are several reason why a car might lose antifreeze. The water pump might be bad, one of the radiator hoses could be leaking, the radiator could have a leak, a freeze plug could be leaking, or it could have a blown head gasket.
You likely need to replace your radiator cap - the rubber seal in the cap is worn.
Several possibilities: 1. Radiator is leaking. 2. Coolant hose is leaking. 3. Hose clamp is loose. 3. Seal on water pump is leaking. 4. Overflow container is leaking. 5. Radiator clamp is loose or bad. Two highest possibilities: Radiator or hose is leaking.
antifreeze does not enter the engine at any time. locate and follow your radiator hoses and follow then and check for cracks or punctures.
If it is red or brown it is the transmission cooler (in the radiator) leaking. If it is milky white, internal engine oil leaking in to the cooling system, head gaskets.
Is it leaking from the water pump or radiator? Is the system properly pressurized?
Radiator or hose but probably water pump
Usually if it's not serious, check the cooling system hoses.
if you have an automatic transmission there should be cooling lines going to the radiator to cool the transmission fluid the lines could be leaking or the tank could be leaking
Your car shouldn't "burn" antifreeze. If it actually is "burning" antifreeze then chances are you have a blown/leaking head gasket or possibly a cracked engine block which allows antifreeze to enter the combustion chambers. If your antifreeze is just disappearing then it is probably leaking out from somewhere. Possible leak areas to check out would be the radiator hoses, heater hoses, radiator, water pump, and the heater core. Most of the time if the heater core is leaking you'll be able to smell the antifreeze inside the car while the engine is running and the heater is on.
First you would have to check to see if you're leaking antifreeze from any of your hoses or the radiator itself. Then I would see if the cooling fans come on, usually around 225 degrees.
leaking head gasket or improper fluid in cooling system
there might be a leak some where in a coolant line. or maybe you have a leak in your radiator.