Question about Pontiac Bonneville
Coolant can be leaking from the hoses, eater pump seal, thermostat or water inlet/outlet seals, radiator or heater core. If you don't see coolant drilling onto the ground it is because of one of two reasons. The leaking coolant is dripping onto hot engine and exhaust parts and evaporating before it hits the ground, or you are leaking coolant internally through a bad head gasket.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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