No visible leak losing coolant

Asked by Oct 26, 2016 at 06:17 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

No visible leak but losing coolant.
Replaced radiator fan and
thermostat. I fill the radiator and
reservoir but after going about 10
miles it's all gone and overheats. 95
Honda Accord 4 cylinder v-tech
engine

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All gone in 10 miles. Check the oil to see if it has water in it or if water is pouring out of the tail pipe. I has to go somewhere and it should be pretty obvious so look again while it idles.

Oil has no water in it and no smoke from tail pipe. Checked everything while idle

Blown head gaskit i had the same problem with a Isuzu rodeo

Is there steam coming from your tailpipe ? U cant see it but u can kinda feel the wettness

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