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Car does not over heat but uses up water

I have to put about 3/4 L water every time I fill up, depending if I am driving in town or open road. The heat gauge is always on a little below 1/2. Definitely is not leaking, I have checked and double checked.

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It's got to go somewhere,Your waterpump could be leaking or a hose clamp.Crawl under and inspect.Do you have a overflow container?

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Take the vehicle to a local repair shop or the dealer and have the cooling system pressured tested for leaks, repair as needed

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My suggestion is to get the fault codes stored in the car's ecu read by a VW approved garage. That will tell them what "was" wrong. Once a fault has occurred the check engine light will probably stay on until the warning has been cancelled using VW software.
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fuel pump relay switch which will cause fuel pump to also become week had same problem for three yrs. My husband, every mecanic in country thought i was crazy, cuz never did it and i mean never when I took it to shop, was so flustrating, untill finally one day my husband was with me when it done it. I said finally damn car tryed make me think I was crazy, i said believe me now, said yeah, **** He drove it all time to but never in those three yrs did it ever do it to him, me on the other hand everytime i drove it just about, so i think he thought i was crazy or just wanted a different car and im like no just want mine fixed so i didnt have to take it for a walk everyday instead i would like to driving it cuz everytime i left the house in those three yrs i was usually walking back, or hitching a ride, my car walked me very often lol, That was 5 yrs ago have never had a problem with the car since, still driving it today.

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SOURCE: 1997 Saturn SL2 Coolant Leak

you would have a water pump problem at a guess, does the water come from under the front of the engine?if so that is what it will be

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have you had the undercarriage inspected for white stains from coolant, rust stains if your system is corroded? How many miles? has the water pump ever been replaced, that would be my guess, water pumps leak while the eng is running and the hot engine evaporates the coolant, so in many cases none on the ground. Also have the system pressure tested by a shop and put on a rack to check for signs of leaking under the car.

Posted on Aug 25, 2009

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