1992 DeVille, 2013 ATS 3.6
That's exactly what I'd be doing. Just keep an eye on it and if it keeps dropping, pay attention when you park to the ground underneath, peek at the radiator to see if you've got any wetness around there, hoses, etc.If it keeps dropping and I have to add I'm gonna start the serious trouble shooting.
=========================Cool moist thanks for the info. You think it's no big deal?
If it keeps dropping and I have to add I'm gonna start the serious trouble shooting. About to roll over to 87k
Pic for Brandon hot today before I replaced the tank was reading right at the line.
Keeping an eye on it. Thanks again
============================Thanks bass. Radiator level looks good.
Plus I took a 500 mild road trip two weeks ago and the temp was between 90-94 degrees Celsius the whole way :thumbsup:
Yeah, engine temp was implied considering this is a thread about cooling systems. Confusion is rampant.Ranger said:I think he meant engine temp.
hell yeah to that last part, theres the style aspect as well. have you used UV dye to look for the leak?My Roadmaster lost fluid from the tank (and radiator, of course) for years, and I couldn't figure it out. There were no puddles, and I couldn't find wet spots, but I could smell antifreeze and it was definitely going SOMEWHERE. I replaced hoses and resealed gaskets, and it didn't change the situation. I finally figured it out when, after looking over every component of the system, off and on for four years, the pin-hole in the radiator had gotten big enough that there was a drop of antifreeze formed. I'm guessing the rest of the time it was coming out in the form of steam? I can't be sure. But once I replaced the radiator, not only did it quit losing fluid, but it started running at a lower and more consistent temperature. That was in last spring or summer. I'm starting to get an occasional whiff of antifreeze again and the level will slowly move down, so I assume it's time to start the process all over again. Just one of those things with old cars that have old parts I guess, but for me, still better than a payment.