Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Are you in the North Eastern part of the US?
Is the engine clock in over 160,000+ miles?
The coolant leak is from the freeze plug(s) and / or head gasket.
The function of the freeze plug is protecting the engine block from cracking in extreme cold temperature. (below freezing point of coolant // -34F)
With the extend cold weather,the freeze plugs will pop out of the engine block.
If you coolant mixture ratio is below 50/50 then the coolant will freeze and expand well above -34F
You can see example for the leaky freeze plugs HERE
==== Freeze plugs are hard to get to and it's labor intensive to replace.
You MUST replace all freeze plugs before you start the engine.
Low or no coolant will over heat the cylinder head and damage the head gasket. ====
A radiator shop will able to do a compression test on the cooling system.
Coolant is toxic to pets! Please do your best to clean up general area and inspect the source of the leak.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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