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Losing coolant Losing anti freeze but there is no visible leak

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Need to have the system pressure tested, Check oil to see if there is a brown sludge in the oil filler possible head gasket? and its boiling it in a cylinder, check carpet under dash on transmission tunnel if wet (heater leaking) Is the coolant cap seal OK (not pressurising and boiling the coolant away). That give you some ideas to go with.

Posted on Jan 02, 2014

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It could be your head gasket.

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 3.8L Impala coolant loss

are u getting any white smoke from the exhaust? it could be a water jacket leaking which means it wouldnt neccessarily show up in the oil.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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head gasket bubbels comming up on radiator ?

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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SOURCE: im losing anti freeze i looked under the car and

If the engine is the same as the 2002 Impala 3.8L engine, the problem is most likely cracked connectors where the coolant enters the engine block. There are two L-shaped plastic connectors that connect the coolant lines through the metal block attached to the tensioner arm to the engine block. Common problem and parts are available from the dealer for under $20, but takes several hours of disassembling and specific torque specs. Just replaced mine over the summer.

Posted on Dec 30, 2009

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SOURCE: my 07 impala is losing anti freeze but nobody can

if cant find any spots on the ground an you're still losing anti-freeze, from my experience its always been the headgasket, if the headgasket isnt fully blown out your car will seem like its running fine an burn the antifreeze up during the combustion stroke of the engine, or it could be leaking onto the exhaust. check to see if theres any puddles of anti-freeze on top of the engine an check for leaks around the heads. if there is no puddles of leaks it could be your antifreeze is leaking into the engine an burning up during the combustion stroke

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