Question about 1999 Saturn SL
HAVE HAD HEAD GASKETS REPAIRED IN 2004. NOW HAVING SOME OF THE SAME PROBLEMS WITH THE CAR OVERHEATING AND NOT KEEPING COOLANT OR WATER IN IT.THE ONLY DIFFERENCE THIS TIME IS WHEN I REPLACED THE THERMOSTAT WHICH I THOUGHT WAS STUCK IT STILL CONTINUED TO BOIL OUT OF THE RESERVOIR. THERE IS NO OBVIOUS MIXING OF OIL/WATER .WHAT COULD BE CAUSING THIS AND IT WILL BOIL EVEN AFTER SITTING AT NIGHT AND I CRANK IT IN THE AM TO CHECK THE COOLANT LEVEL AND ADD WATER IT WILL BE BOILING? WHAT DO YOU THINK IS WRONG AND WHAT SHOULD I DO?
The water isn't boiling, you apparently have a combustion leak into your cooling system. What you are seeing are compression bubbles. Possible cracked head or another head gasket. Sorry.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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