heater was not heating quickly enough until the vehicle ran for a couple of miles. so I noticed coolant was low. Added the coolant and the heater worked just fine. But I started to smell coolant inside the car and under the hood. coolant is becoming low again.
what are common coolant leaks for this vehicle ? on 2005 Chrysler Town & Country
by webber in Dallas, TX on January 20, 2013
ANSWER by csubak30 on January 21, 2013
Fill coolant up and go for a drive. When heated up, park in garage and look under vehicle to locate drip or leak. Look on floor under vehicle. Could be water pump failing but try to locate leak and then post. Check hoses for cracking and wear.
ANSWER by globalhelper on January 21, 2013
poss water pump. get a cooling system pressure test to determine leak