losing coolant through exhaust
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
> > 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
> > 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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