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How to Replace a Coolant Reservoir
A coolant reservoir is at fault if coolant is leaking underneath the vehicle or if the coolant sensor remains on all the time.

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Engine is leaking coolant on the top of the engine
This sounds like potentially a blown head gasket unfortunately. I would definitely not start or drive the car any longer until having it checked by a mechanic. When this happens, the gasket between the cylinder head and the engine block...
My car is spitting coolant from the overflow tank
Hi and thanks for contacting YourMechanic. Check the coolant strength to see what the protection is. A good protection will read 164 degrees Fahrenheit. Check the radiator cap to see if the seal is torn or if the release valve...
Replace coolant reservoir
There will be a few bolts with ten millimeter heads. You will need to remove these first. Usually, you will be able to slide the reservoir out, but sometimes you will need to remove the fan motors as a complete...
Coolant issue - 2008 Honda Accord
Hello. When a car is low on coolant, even if you refill both the radiator and the reservoir, air can still be trapped in the system. After you run the car for a while, the trapped air is expelled and...
Leaking coolant, visible from reservoir. Has crack in reservoir.
Replacing the reservoir and hoses since they are cracked is the first step. The second step is to figure out why the coolant is creating too much pressure in the tank. This may be caused by a variety of reasons...
Cooling system hot
Hello there, thanks for your question. A common issue that happens is that the engine becomes so severely overheated that it cannot even crank over. Usually serious damage has occurred by the time those symptoms become present. If your cooling...
every two days I'm constantly filling up my coolant resivior because it will get down to min level. car does not get hot temp gaug
You are loosing coolant somewhere. I would have the cooling system pressure tested by a mechanic to see if the cooling system is leaking externally or internally. Once the pressure is put on the system then a leak check can...
What else can leak coolant? The leak is away from the radiator as well.
A coolant leak can come from leaking hoses, a bad head gasket, an intake gasket, or a number of possible locations. This means that a mechanic would need to identify specifically where the leak is coming from first before making...
Heating up and reservoir overflowing
This suggests you may have a cooling system problem. This can be caused by a faulty thermostat, a bad cooling fan relay, a clogged radiator, or potentially even a blown head gasket. I would recommend having an expert from YourMechanic...
Lloosing moter pressure
It sounds as if you may have sprung a coolant leak during the high speed driving. I would recommend having a cooling system pressure test performed to see if any leaks were sprung due to the high speed driving. This...

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