My 1994 toyota corolla is slowly losing coolant but oil looks good and coolant looks clean but i don't see any drips?
What could be wrong?
- 3 weeks ago
The problem can be from the pumps
- thebax2006Lv 74 weeks ago
Go get the cooling system pressure tested.Source(s): Mitsubishi Master Tech
- CactiJoeLv 64 weeks ago
Possibly the cylinder head has a minor warp and the coolant is very slowly entering the combustion cycle in one cylinder. BUT, the most common slow or tiny leak is the radiator. It's hard to see it but you can smell it after the engine has warmed up and you've driven X miles. Just drive it and then pop the hood and follow your nose.
- The DevilLv 74 weeks ago
Check the water pump for leaks.
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- BarryLv 44 weeks ago
Look closely at the radiator and hose connections for crystalline deposits. Coolant with antifreeze dries to a bluish white powdery residue. You may never see drips as the heat from the components will quickly evaporate any small leaks.
- jimanddottaylorLv 74 weeks ago
Could be going out the exhaust
- ?Lv 74 weeks ago
If you're losing coolant SLOWLY, it could be just a tiny pinhole leak in a radiator hose or somewhere in the cooling system. It doesn't have to be a huge big leak to lose a noticeable amount of coolant over time. Take your car to a REAL mechanic and ask to have your system pressure tested to check for leaks.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
It could be the water pump is leaking.
- PercyqtedLv 74 weeks ago
Apart from the fact that it's 26 years old, you may have a crack in one of the pipes that's seeping out under pressure.
- artherLv 44 weeks ago
pressure test the cooling system and start looking for the leak can you smell coolant burning with the bonnet up is it overheating I know that game its leaking some where but we cant find it come back next week when its worse one of the hoses what are the heater and radiator hoses like ?