Question about 2001 Chevrolet Express
Seems like I'm loosing fluid from the radiator, but never see any puddles or leaks. WIth the heater on, you can hear the sound of water in the dash in front of the passenger seat - but never see puddles under the car. What is the best way to see what is going on here? Temp guage looks fine.
Ask mechanic to put green anti freeze into your water and use a radiator pressure tester to find the leak while the car is stationary.The pressure tester is a bit pricey to buy for a one off test so radiator repair workshop probably best place to get test done.Green anti freeze is easy to see when it leaks,like a tracer dye.Good luck
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