Question about 1996 Chevrolet Beretta
The water pump, thermostat, coolant sensors (twice), the sensor located by the thermostat, the O2 sensor have all been replaced but we still smell that warm coolant smell and the light is still on. What else could possibly cause this
Well if your lucky your heater core is leaking and I believe it would be leaking under the dashboard on the passenger side, feel the floor and see if it's wet. If that's not the problem than you may have a blown headgasket. One way you can check that is to look at your oil, if it has a little bit of a yellowish milky type color in it, it's your headgasket. If it's a small leak and it hasn't put enough into the oil yet you may to need have the cylinders pressure tested to check it. Good luck!
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