Asked by May 09, 2017 at 06:25 PM about the 2011 Chevrolet Impala LT FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2011 chevy impala and couple days
ago i had coolant leaking from radiator cap
notice(car has not ran hot throughout this
whole process). Heard it could be radiator
cap so i changed it then heard it could be
reservoir tank and changed that as well so i
looked again yesterday and fluid still leaking
from radiator cap. What am i missing? (Not
overheating, no white smoke, no water in oil,
so it cant be gasket. If you could me out on
this i would appreciate it thanks.

5 Answers


can you send a picture or 2?

Will when the car gets here but what will that change i see it coming from cap

Top radiator hose is super tight can barely squeeze it when car is running is this normal or could it be trapped air or some sort?

Take a look

I have that same issue right now. Did you ever find a fix? I replaced the cap, the plastic part the cap screws into and the radiator. Nothing has helped, it leaks in the same spot as yours and drips on the serp belt and sprays it on the radiator making it look like the radiator is leaking. Weird...

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