Question about Oldsmobile Regency
The thermostat is too the front of the engine,, close to the exhaust system however i dont think thats your problem.. I'm thinking a broken cylinder head gasket.. causing the radiator to pour off into the engine..
try this.. fill the radiatior with WATER,, leave cap off,, start the vehicle,, if you see water pumping back out the radiator then you have a gasket issue (cylinder head gasket).. if not,, driver around for a while with the cap off ,, if the water remains the same height then more than likely one of the radiator hoses has a micro fracture ,, this will cause the coolant to evaporate and escape in the form of steam ,, basically vanish without a trace.
let me know what happens.. maybe another expert here will have another idea.. I'll post it out in the main forum and seek assistance for you,, BTW dont post your personal info on the net like that,, its kinda dangerous..
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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