Question about 1997 Buick Century
Just replaced the radiator cap. the leak is unkown what is causing it
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-----------The plastic housing which goes to the upper radiator hose is cracked and leaking?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: antifreeze leaking
Same thing happened to mine.. i have a 97 skylark.. its coming from the heater core compartment under the dash.. most cars leak on the inside when the heater core blows.. but this car has a drain that leaks it outside under the passenger side... hope this helps.. G-LaL
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
make shore you push down on the radiator cap before turning it antclockwise also very important do not do it when the car is hot let the car cool down and then do it,hope this helps..
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
you should check the water pump polly u can rotate it back an forth if it easly goes change it , or you can hear a nois sound comming from the water pump
Posted on May 30, 2009
Most likely a leaky gasket. The water pump is a likely candidate, but also could be from a bad radiator hose/thermostat connection. Would suggest washing down the engine with a hose connected to the hot water. While the engine is cold use the hose to wash off the oil & grease deposits and old antifreeze. Allow the engine to dry without running the car. Once dry start the car and be prepared to look for the first sign of a leak. Sounds like a dealer issue since there is very little work clearence between the front of the engine and the car body. Barely enough room to be able to change the serpentine belt.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
take a flash light with the engine running and look at the corners of your intake manifold soo many times people have changed the water pump on the goofy engine WHEN!! it was the intake manifold gaskets leaking water to the outside and running down the front LOL
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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