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98 continental replaced cooling system still over heating no heat till it makes a rattling noise from behind the dash then throws heat can't see where coolant is leaking


You do have a coolant leak, coolant is on the ground under the car then? The noise you describe is from a badly overheated engine. I think you have blown head gaskets

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Leaking coolant,running hot then made loud noises


repair your coolant leak refill coolant, and hope you didn't damage the engine

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Coolant leak, coolant poured out bottom of car..problem? pump?


Sure could be. Or a hose or a gasket somewhere.
You'll need to fill up the radiator and run the engine to look for the leak.
It may have to get up to operating temp before you see anything.

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Clicking engine noise


sounds like you have a engine problem and if you lost the water coolant where did it good and where did it leak from. you may have a leak sparying coolant on the alternator which is not good and may destroy that also. if you got the engine so hot you ruined the bearings you will need an engine over haul or replace the engine. not sure how old the car is so cost may be more then the thing is worth. no point spending 2500 on a 500 dollar car if you get my meaning. check the oil and make sure the coolant didn't going to engine. that is also bad. need to find the leak or leaks and solve a couple problems. you can drive with it knocking but its just a sign its going to need to be fixed sooner then later and may stop running at any point.

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My 1998 chevy lumina won't start right away and


The cooling system shouldn't be losing much coolant.

If you're putting in coolant regularly
If you're seeing slick oil in the coolant
If you're hearing noise in the engine while driving

You may have a crack in your engine block and your engine isn't being lubricated properly anymore. This will cause noise and leaks, make a motor run really rough and cause rough starting.

I suggest you bring your vehicle in for a coolant system pressure test and a chassis leak check. This should be a free service from any auto shop that wants your money for repairs.

Spark plugs usually degrade your performance slowly and don't make noise while doing it unless in extreme cases.

Good luck!

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No interior heat / engine overheated 97 dodge ram 1500


From your description i would say the thermostat stuck closed, no heat, running hot, boiling in resavor, thermostat bad, replace. must of got real hot to makes that kind of clunking noise, I just hope for your sake thats all it is, of course i don't know the history of the truck, but right now it sounds like thermostat. There is an outside chance it could be a head gasget, cracked head, pluged radiator, thies are all worst case sanareo.

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Engine making noise and leaking coolant but not overheating


check the a/c belt...if it is leaking coolent but not over heating it could be you heater core leaking..

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