Question about 1996 GMC Suburban
No obvious leaks, ehh? First of all, start the truck, and watch the tailpipe. Do you have any smoke which is by chance white, and smells sweet? Now, turn it off real fast. Let it cool. Get a volunteer, take the cap off, put your hand over radiator fill neck. Do you feel pressure against your hand? Check the oil. Does it look kinda' milky? Does the radiator water look bubbly? Finally, when you pour water in, does it go down rather quickly, but not a leak (Within 2 minutes)? These may indicate a broken head gasket. Otherwise, start looking around for cracked old hose, cracked hose necks, loose clamps, etc.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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