Question about 2003 Saturn Ls 4dr Sedan
Will not hold fluid. Leaks out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 1998 Saturn.
you need to find that leak, is the leak visible? if its not from radiator or the reservoir, the only other place I could think you can lose water is the head gasket. It happens to high miles and hard driver. 100k miles would likely be a head gasket. Leaking head gasket will also cause the engine temperature to rise and run super hot. antifreeze will leak through the head gasket down to your oil pan mixing oil and water. Check your oil by pulling the dip stick and see if you have oil mix with water; it will have a slimy looking colors, oil is light color and it should never be black. if it black than change your oil and inspect it afterward when the car has been running for while. when engine really hot cause the heat to effect the starter not to engage or start or engine is too hot to run. repairing head gasket could run anywere from 500-800 bucks.
Posted on Nov 24, 2010
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SOURCE: My 2003 saturn vue is
Check the oil and brake fluid level and see what's low. Also helpful to look under there and see exactly where the leak is coming from. If the brake feels low or spongy I suggest you do not drive the car as if it runs out of fluid you will have severely limited braking ability and can do more damage to the brake system. (often more expensive than towing). If you are in a warm climate and are using the air conditioner, it may just be water (condensation from evaporator)..get some on your hand and feel and smell it. Not difficult to differentiate an oil from water!!
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
SOURCE: CLEAR FLUID LEAKING INSIDE CAR
The a/c evaporator has a drain tube that allows moisture to drain out of the car. The tube will stick down on the lower, passenger side of the engine just in front of the fire wall. You can usually only see it from below the car. Sometimes these drain tubes can get clogged with leaves or other debris from the road which doesn't allow it to drain so it backs up and leaks water onto the passenger side floor. Try to locate this drain tube and clear it out. Compressed air works pretty good for this.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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