Question about Chevrolet 1500
Change ur intake gasket mine was leaking antifreeze n dats all I had to do
Posted on Jan 27, 2012
I would check the heater core. You can rent a pressure tester from the auto
parts store and put a piece of cardboard under the vehicle, then pressurize
the system to the pressure on the cap. Come back in an hour or so and look
at the cardboard. (if your heater core is leaking it will come out through the
air conditioner drain on the passenger side.) This method will identify where the fluid
is coming from in terms of area on the vehicle. You may want to pressure wash the
engine a day before to make things more visible.
Also check to be sure that the
overflow tank hose is connected to the radiator, these can come off and allow
the radiator fluid to escape the vehicle instead of being transferred back and
forth between the radiator and overflow tank as mine did. I didn't even notice as it
had fallen down behind the battery.
Hope this helps.
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