Where are the best locations to look for a potential coolant leak? WHen I add coolant with the engine running and the heater on, the heat comes pouring out of the vents. But soon the joy ends as no more heat comes out. This is usually in a few hours.
Coolant leak on 1993 Mercury Villager
by Visitor in Portage, MI on January 24, 2011
ANSWER by PassinGear on January 24, 2011
Best thing to do is have a shop pressure test the cooling system and they can determine exactly where its leaking and give you a estimate to repair this before further damage to the engine occurs and you can find a shop near you here www.repairpal.com/directory
A coolant leak may develop from a plug on the front of the rear cylinder head, behind the timing cover.
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