over heating car

Asked by Nov 11, 2016 at 04:58 PM

Question type: General

I have a 2001 Saturn that keeps
overheating I have changed the
thermostat. I also my fans are working
and my heater runs it puts out Heat I
don't see any leaks anywhere but all the
water in the reservoir evaporate and it
overheats extremely quickly you cannot
take this car 2 miles without it
overheating does anybody know what it

1 Answer


If you are losing all the water really fast then you may have a bad head gasket. Does your car have white smoke coming from the exhaust? Is there water in the engine oil or oil in the coolant?

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