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Eagle vision was over heating, replaced thermostat, radiator n water pump. Heater not working right and when turned off it looks like it's leaking from where the water pump is located. I'm confused! Any help out there

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You have get back in there & take care of the leak,
before you can proceed with an other issue

Then address the engine temp

Then work on how the heater system works & resolve that

Posted on Nov 23, 2014

  • frankie Demarest Nov 23, 2014

    Honestly don't know where it's leaking from, I did the water pump first then the radiator n when I had it warmed up it started to over heat again n I turned it off n antifreeze was pouring out where the pump is located at. Would there of been something I missed

  • Anonymous Nov 23, 2014

    I explained to you that if dd your wn work you have to go back & find the leak,do the job overor whatever it takes If you did you own water pump how would asking someone on the internet be able to guess at your vehicle problems?



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look for bleeder screw on thermostat housing or front middle of intake manifold bleeder while vehicle running bleed air out.

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Hi there camcam,

Ok, first off the cooling system has to be full and circulating for the heater to work. When we get the rest of it solved, the heater will take care of itself.

Now the overheat problem. We need to determine if the engine is overheating because of lack of coolant or the lack of coolant is because of the overheating (Boiling off).

If you have to put in any significant amount of water on a regular basis, it has to be going somewhere. If there is a pool of coolant forming under the car, there's a leak. You need to locate it and act according to where you find it.

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