2004 durmax drinking coolant

Asked by Jul 01, 2016 at 06:19 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought a 2004 durmax coolant light keeps
saying low coolant there no leak I keep putting
coolant in it runs fine does not over heat .

5 Answers

71,335

If you keep adding coolant, it has to be going somewhere. No visible leak, so it has to be going out the exhaust, indicating a internal leak like a head gasket. Have a professional diesel mechanic check it out.

i drop it off this morning at the dealership ran fine all the way there just said low coolant never ran hot drove just fine .

47,675

Unfortunately you are going to spend a pretty good chunk of money on it. Best of luck with it.

dealer ship going to fix

71,335

Let us know what they find, it always helps the next guy.

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