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If the liquid has the color of your antifreeze, then you have a coolant leak.This is evidence of a problem to repair

If its just water, then it is condensation from your air conditioner. This is normal

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I have a 07 silverado with 39000 miles and i get a burnt fluid smell out of the heat vent after i drive it for a while and come to a stop nothing is leaking on the ground and runs fine

You might not see leaks if the fluid is leaking on the engine where it gets burnt off before dropping to the ground. That happened to me. Check all of the fluid levels. Engine oil, transmission oil, power steering oil and the antifreeze. Check when warm not hot, not cold. Pay special attention to the level and check once each day until you detect which is leaking.

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well, check the hoses you see anything wet around the clamps or ends of either of the hoses? If not then look at the radiator there fluid around it? Look at the overflow bottle that is near the it cracked? Finally look straight down at the radiator from above the you see fluid on ANY part of the radiator? especially down at the bottom of it? Look around the engine bay, do you see splatter marks from fluid hitting the fan? If you see fluid anywhere on the radiator itself fill the radiator back up and run the truck until it gets hot and see if you can spot the leaks. If however, there aren't any obvious leaks at all up front...go look at the heater lines that run into the firewall...if they have any leaks then you've found your solution. Another place to check would be around the water pump...just get a flashlight and look for fluid near the pulley that goes to the water pump. Good Luck

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My coolint is evaperating,and i have to add every day

you must have a leak somewhere. Your coolant will not boil unless you have a leak. Check for leak traces of fluid the color of your anti-freeze. Your radiator cap is spring loaded and with time the spring gets weak.
Check that area for leak traces. The easiest way to check for leaks is to look at your driveway. if you have a coolant leak the fluid traces will be on the driveway. Don't mistake your air conditioner water leak as being the coolant fluid. The anti-freeze coolant has a sweet smell whereas the air conditioner fluid is just plain water being removed from the air inside of your cab.

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My low fluid light is on, my heat is not working properly, i have fluid leaking under my car not really sure what it is. i know it is not oil, or tranny fluid, think maybe water and coolant, but my coolant...

Low fluid light means check your coolant which prob whats on the ground. Depending on the rate of leakage fill coolant start try and locate leak sounds like a hose or water pump slow leak prob water pump fast leak hose good luck

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The water run out and the brake fuel run out but i still have brake. where is the water is is run like it is hot what is happy to my car.

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Check where you put more oil, to look for signs of water: water drops, oil/water emulsion.

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If you smell antifreeze inside the cab then it will going to be a heater core leak.

Use white paper and see if the fluid green (or same color as you radiator coolant.

ID the fluid is VERY IMPORTANT right now.

Condensation fluid from AC is just water.

There is a condenser drain behind the dash (near center). The passage way can be clogged and water may spill out on sharp let or right turn,

ID the color of the fluid first.

Monitor the coolant fluid level. If it goes do the look for the source of the leak.


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Looks like the carry pipes are leaking. Inspect the pipes going out of the reservoir. They may be leaking. Run the water motor to see which pipe is faulty.

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