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Coolant gushing out when car is turned off.

Car overheated on me when I turned on the AC unit. After turning the car off the antifreeze started gushing from underneath the car. Meanwhile when the car is running, I do not see anything dripping out. Any idea what it can be?

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2014

    car overheated turned off wont start & plugs melted into heads when I put water it gushed out

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Look at the water pump and belt going around it...

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

  • knaub33 Aug 12, 2008

    Check the fan to make sure it is runnung when care is over heating...

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