Leaking of coolant

Asked by May 10, 2017 at 03:44 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Coolant is leaking from under my car on the drivers side.
Located under my battery tray right next to my fans. What
do I do? I think it's either the radiator or the pipes. Please
help!

3 Answers

76,235

Best to take it in for repair, you do not want the engine to overheat causing bad head gaskets. Looks like it could be the radiator which means it would have to come out for repair.

So could it the the pipes leading to the radiator? Thats what I'm thinking it is I just want another persons opinion

76,235

That is just a small wet spot, thats all I'm looking at, you have to look to see where it is leaking from and verify the leak. It could be the radiator, could be a hose. Just get under it and look up.

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