losing coolant through exhaust

Brandon Rogers brogers at terrix.com
Fri Aug 13 10:51:03 EDT 2004

I always find it humorous when I go back and look at my old posts - I'm
usually in a hurry to type and I'm a horrible typer.  I try to go back and
look for typos before hitting "send" but pretty much always miss a few.
Looking back at this last post I really should try to use that thing called
spellcheck ...not to mention some dropped "r's" and incorrect forms of
"your" etc that spelchek won't catch.....oh well.....good thing we're not
being graded.....


> > Are you getting white smoke?  I think white tailpipe emissions signify
> > burnign coolant.  Somebody correct me if not.  Also, if you are burnign
> > coolant, I'd thnk you's be mixing coolant and oil somehow, too.  Check
> > you're oil and see if there are signs of coolant in there.  Check you
> > coolant and look for signs of oil in there.  Go for a drive then inspect
> the
> > engine bay and under while the car is hot and still running - look for a
> > leak.
> >
> > That's what I'd do.
> >
> > Brandon

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