Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10
It has to be one of four things:
1. burst hose on radiator
2. hole in radiator
3. bad water pump
4. blown head gasket
You should be able to visually identify these by looking under the hood while the engine is running. If it is a water pump you should have heard a screeching sound prior to symptoms. If blown head gasket there will be water in your oil. Drain a little oil and see if it is creamy colored rather than black. If no antifreeze, you may see water floating on the oil.
PS- I thought of something else, it could be your radiator cap. When they go bad they let water escape.If it is spraying from behind your engine, it could be a heater hose burst. Oh yeah, if it is overheating before spraying it could be your thermostat.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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